Revealed as a continuation of a contract, the company will continue its expertise in hydrogen fuel cells and electrolysis systems for aerospace applications to dawn a new era in space exploration.

The NASA funding will be dedicated to continued risk reduction activities and testing of Infinity’s zero-gravity, air-independent fuel cells being developed expressly for use in a lunar regenerative fuel cell system.

The goal is to advance technologies that could one day be designed to power an exploration base camp through the complete darkness of the 14-day lunar night.

Bill Smith, CEO and founder of Infinity Fuel Cell and Hydrogen, said, “Infinity has been developing our patented, air-independent fuel cell technology, with NASA’s support for over 15 years.

“This programme represents a major step toward mission deployment of these systems.”

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