The NDCPower fuel cell process technology relies on a new class of alkaline fuel cells that utilize primary alcohols as anode fuels. NDCPower alkaline fuel cells operate at over 50% faradaic efficiency and produce carboxylic acids in quantitative yield. As a result, EOS installations qualify for TARP investment tax credits.
The U.S. Energy Improvement and Extension Act of 2008, Division B, extends tax credits as incentive for businesses to invest in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Fuel cell installations qualify up to a limit of $3,000/kW or $3,000,000 per MW.