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To: Stephen Howell who wrote ()7/16/1999 8:21:00 PM
From: Scoobah
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You didn't mention a company, so I will , DCHT.
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To: Scoobah who wrote (1)7/16/1999 9:24:00 PM
From: Don Pueblo
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Go back to wherever you were, dude.

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To: Don Pueblo who wrote (2)7/17/1999 9:50:00 AM
From: Scoobah
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You better get on board. The barriers to Hydrogen keep falling,
by the way, nice website.

Northwest Power Systems Develops Diesel Fuel Processor
biz.yahoo.com

Northwest Power Systems Develops Diesel Fuel
Processor

BEND, Ore., July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Northwest Power Systems
(NPS), under contract
to Sandia National Laboratories, a prime contractor to the U.S.
Department of Energy, announced today that it successfully
tested a new fuel processor that converts diesel into high-purity
hydrogen. Without need for further purification, the hydrogen
was fed to a proton-exchange-membrane (PEM) fuel cell that
produced electricity.

NPS developed the diesel fuel processor for use in fuel cell systems
that can generate electricity for use in homes, schools and
businesses in remotely located villages of Alaska. The technology
breakthrough enhances NPS's prospects for rapid
commercialization of fuel cells for both stationary and portable
applications, worldwide.

Northwest Power previously demonstrated a kerosene fuel processor
for Arctic applications. Both the diesel and kerosene fuel
processors will be automated and tested this fall with fuel cells that
NPS purchases from independent manufacturers.

''Our longer-term objective is to complete all field testing of a series of
fully-integrated fuel cell systems for residential
applications in rural Alaska in the year 2000,'' said Guggenheim.
''Diesel is a bonus for us and Sandia because of the
widespread distribution of this fuel in Alaska and elsewhere.''

The successful diesel fuel processor demonstration culminated a
week-long effort in which the Company produced hydrogen
from kerosene, bio-diesel, petroleum diesel and a proprietary
nonflammable liquid feedstock in a single fuel processor. The fuel
processor is a proprietary design that incorporates hydrogen
purification as part of the fuel processor. The product hydrogen
from all four of the test fuels was greater than 99.8% pure with less
than one part per million (ppm) of carbon monoxide and
less than one ppm of carbon dioxide. These contaminants can poison a
PEM fuel cell irreversibly. No further purification of the
product hydrogen is necessary with Northwest Power's fuel processor
before passing it into any conventional PEM fuel cell
stack.

NPS already has developed a fuel processor that converts methanol to
hydrogen. The Company is developing ethanol, propane
and, most recently, natural gas, models that provide needed hydrogen
for PEM fuel cell systems. PEM fuel cells run quietly with
no combustion cycle and no moving parts.

Founded in 1996, Northwest Power Systems is a subsidiary of
IDACORP Technologies, Inc., Boise, Idaho.

SOURCE: Northwest Power Systems

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To: Don Pueblo who wrote (2)7/17/1999 9:32:00 PM
From: chalu2
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This is a great company. It's also run by Jethro, and...

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To: chalu2 who wrote (4)7/18/1999 12:09:00 AM
From: wallstreeter
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check out jnne jones naughton entertainment at 62 cents will be having the grand opening of GoOnline.com which will be among the first websites to incorporate live streaming video and audio infomercials in a cyber mall setting to sell its products. They allready have merchandising agreements with guthy renker the king of tv infomercials(making over 350million dollars a year off of tv infomercial product revenue) whos product line will be backed by such stars as tony robbins,victoria principle,vanna white and many more stars. they also have a merchandising aggreement with 5th avenue channel.com whos spokesperson is ivana trump.
GoOnline.com has allready had its soft opening with a few products but the grand opening coming the end of july will feature all of its guthy renker and ivana trump product lines. be sure to check out the infomercials at
goon-line.com

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To: chalu2 who wrote (4)7/18/1999 12:08:00 PM
From: Mr.Manners
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I can see that Jethro is also expanding the parameters of his lobotomies as well.....

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To: Mr.Manners who wrote (6)7/18/1999 2:24:00 PM
From: chalu2
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It has always been an active interest of his.

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To: Stephen Howell who wrote ()7/18/1999 2:41:00 PM
From: LABMAN
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cybersurf cy on alberta

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To: LABMAN who wrote (8)7/19/1999 11:36:00 AM
From: Scoobah
   of 19
 
Big news on DCHT, and NYSE: IDA,

biz.yahoo.com

Monday July 19, 10:01 am Eastern Time

Company Press Release

SOURCE: Northwest Power Systems

Northwest Power Systems Buys DCH
Technology Fuel Cell System

BEND, Ore., July 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Northwest Power Systems
(NPS) today announced the
purchase of a 3 kilowatt fuel cell system from DCH Technology
(OTC Bulletin Board: DCHT -
news) that will be integrated with NPS's patented fuel processor.

The purchase is the most recent in a series made by NPS from a
growing list of fuel cell
manufacturers, including De Nora, S.p.A., Milan, Italy, with which
NPS has a long-term fuel cell
supply agreement.

''This purchase from DCH Technology is strategic to the
integration of our proprietary fuel
processor with fuel cells from as many different manufacturers as
possible,'' said Alan
Guggenheim, president of Northwest Power Systems.

''Our objective is to test approximately 25 small-scale,
experimental prototype fuel cell systems
the next 12 months, and more than 150 the next three years. We
expect a dozen fuel cell
manufacturers to participate in the program,'' he said.

NPS's core technology is a patented fuel processor for generating
pure hydrogen that a fuel cell
needs to produce electricity. DCH Technology is manufacturing an
integrated PEM
(protonexchange-membrane) fuel cell system, incorporating a NPS
fuel processor, designed to
supply residential electricity, said Guggenheim. The unit will be
similar to NPS systems,
incorporating De Nora fuel cells, that have already been tested in a
dozen northwest homes and
businesses the past 12 months.

NPS takes a ''systems'' approach to integrating its fuel processor
with fuel cells from various
manufacturers. NPS's objective is the commercialization of a
variety of fuel cell products that
will include models operating on methanol, ethanol, propane,
diesel, kerosene, natural gas and
other fuels. The DCH Technology unit will operate on methanol.

NPS's fuel cell systems, rated 2.5 kilowatts to 3.5 kilowatts, are
targeted for stationary and
portable applications. NPS's largest customers for experimental
prototype fuel processors and
fully integrated fuel cell systems include the Bonneville Power
Administration, an agency of the
U.S. Department of Energy (DoE), and Sandia National
Laboratories, a prime contractor to DoE.
BPA will field-test NPS's fuel cell systems under a long-term,
$3.5 million purchase order
contract for delivery of 110 fuel cell units between 1999 and 2003.

Founded in 1996, Northwest Power Systems is a subsidiary of
IDACORP Technologies, Inc.,
Boise, Idaho, a non-regulated subsidiary of IDACORP, Inc.
(NYSE: IDA - news).

SOURCE: Northwest Power Systems

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To: wallstreeter who wrote (5)7/19/1999 1:54:00 PM
From: Mr Metals
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Message 10565351

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