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Ceramic Fuel Cells Signs Long-Term Powder Plant Project

October 9, 2012
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Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd. recently announced it has secured a long-term project for its powder plant in the UK. The company has signed an agreement with a multinational ceramic and specialty chemicals company to use the plant to develop high-quality ceramic powder products.

Ceramic Fuel Cells will receive a fee of £450,000 (~ $724,700) to cover the operating costs of the plant and related staff for the 12-month project. The agreement also reportedly includes an option for the customer to purchase the plant and license the related intellectual property for a pre-agreed price. 

Located in Bromborough, UK, the plant uses Ceramic Fuel Cells’ patented equipment to make nano-size ceramic powders that can be used in a range of applications and products.  

For additional information, visit www.cfcl.com.au.

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