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and Southern California Edison Use a Different Kind of Energy --
- Southern California Edison
takes possession of a DaimlerChrysler F-Cell
- One of nine fuel cell
vehicles operated by customers in California
Rosemead, Calif., Jun 28, 2005
- Southern California Edison (SCE) is no stranger to electric
power and the company will be expanding its knowledge with a
DaimlerChrysler F-Cell in daily use. Today, SCE took possession
of a hydrogen fuel cell-powered DaimlerChrysler F-Cell.
Since the Department of Energy (DOE)
Hydrogen Learning Demonstration Project kickoff in Washington, D.C.,
DaimlerChrysler has delivered nine fuel cell vehicles to
customers in California and will continue to announce new
customers in the near future. This aggressive effort shows the
commitment DaimlerChrysler has made to zero-emission
Through daily use, the F-Cell will
supply DaimlerChrysler and SCE with operational experience and
technical data that will help improve the next generation of fuel
cell vehicles. These working relationships with government
agencies and the private sector are continuing proof that
DaimlerChrysler is committed to fuel cell technology and Governor
Schwarzeneggers Hydrogen Highway Network.
"DaimlerChrysler has invested
over $1 billion inhydrogen fuel cell technology," said Mark
Chernoby, Vice President - Advance Vehicle Engineering, Chrysler
Group. "We have the largest world wide fuel cell vehicle
fleet on the road gaining valuable experience. This effort
highlights our committment to the pursuit of zero emission
The largest fleet of fuel cell
vehicles in the world is managed by DaimlerChrysler. The SCE F-Cell
is just one of more than 100 fuel cell vehicles DaimlerChrysler
has put into service around the world. The data collected through
vehicle operation will contribute to the DOE Hydrogen Learning
"Southern California Edison
is proud to be associated with this leading fuel cell program,"
Ed Kjaer, Edison's manager of electric transportation, said.
"We're looking forward to a long and productive working
relationship with DaimlerChrysler."
The F-Cell is a reflection of
DaimlerChrysler's leadership in fuel cell technology. The entire
fuel cell system is housed in the floor of the vehicle, leaving
full use of the passenger and cargo spaces. It has a range of
approximately 100 miles and a top speed of 85 mph. The electric
motor develops 88 hp (65 kW), enabling acceleration from 0 to 60
mph in 14 seconds. The stack is developed by DaimlerChryslers
cooperation partner, Ballard Power Systems.
Through the DOE Controlled
Hydrogen Fleet and Infrastructure Demonstration and Validation
Project, DaimlerChrysler will place more fuel cell vehicles in
the hands of customers who will provide valuable feedback about
performance under different conditions. DaimlerChrysler is
testing over 100 fuel cell vehicles under varying weather,
traffic conditions and driving styles in different locations
worldwide. This experience will benefit the development of the
fuel cell automobile and how it will be refueled. BP is the
energy partner of DaimlerChrysler in the project. BP recently
opened a hydrogen refueling station in Southfield, Mich., with
DTE Energy Company. Another station was opened in a cooperative
effort between BP and Praxair at the Los Angeles International
Fuel cells release energy from the
reaction of hydrogen and oxygen with a catalyst. This clean
technology operates to a high level of efficiency and is true
zero emission. Hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles emit only pure
water vapor as exhaust. DaimlerChrysler has been involved in this
technology for more than 10 years. Fuel cell vehicles are part of
DaimlerChrysler's advanced propulsion technology umbrella, which
also includes exceptionally efficient gasoline engines, advanced
diesels, alternative fuels and hybrid powertrain systems.