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SiGNa Chemistry

E-Bike - Fuel Cell-Powered Bicycle

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Stage 1 : Ideation

With Stage 1 support from DIV and additional leveraging of over $8.5 million, SiGNa Chemistry developed the E-Bike, a fuel-cell powered bicycle prototype that provides both a clean, efficient mode of transportation and a portable, stand alone, general purpose power source.

Registered in United States.

Focus Areas:

Energy

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Implemented In:

United States

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$100,000
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Innovation Description

To provide a clean, efficient mode of transportation and a portable, stand alone, general purpose power source.
How does your innovation work?
The system used a portable hydrogen fuel cell power as a portable source of power for a wide range of applications including: e-bicycle, electronics, refrigerators, computers, phones, water filters/pumps, lighting, mobility and more.

Planned Goals and Milestones

SiGNa Chemistry will develop the E-Bike, an affordable fuel-cell powered bicycle that provides both a clean, efficient mode of transportation and a portable, general purpose power source. The 300 W fuel-cell power module that powers the E-Bike will incorporate SiGNa’s unique clean energy storage solution, which operates at one-sixth the cost, weight and volume of existing battery technologies. The prototype bicycle will be rugged, lightweight, and have a base range of up to 100 miles, which is 300% farther than the range achieved by equivalently-sized high-performance batteries. The portable power module will be designed for easy removal from the bicycle so that it can also be used as a stand-alone power source for non-transportation functions. The only emissions from the E-Bike will be water vapor and air. Usually, scooters are powered by internal combustion engines (one of the highest emitters of green-house gases and air pollutants).

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United States