Transducer Technologies Receives Funding from Chevron Technology Ventures for Hydrogen Quality Sensor Development

Transducer Technology, Inc. announces a three year funding award from Chevron Technology Ventures LLC to develop a novel line of small, low cost sensors capable of measuring minute quantities of multiple contaminates in the hydrogen process and fuel stream.

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San Ramon, CA (PRWEB) September 25, 2006

Transducer Technologies Inc., a Silicon Valley startup company making nanoelectronic sensors for industrial applications, today announced that it has entered a joint development with Chevron Technology Ventures LLC (CTV). The three year funding award by CTV will be used to develop a novel line of small, low cost sensors capable of measuring minute quantities of multiple contaminates in hydrogen process and fuel streams. The sensors will be a critical component of the infrastructure needed to manufacture and deliver hydrogen to commercial users and for automotive fuel cells.

About Transducer Technology, Inc.

Transducer Technology, Inc. was founded in 1999 to provide novel and uniquely engineered ultra low power and low cost chemical sensor products using cutting edge nano- and micro-scale materials and MEMS processing. TTI seeks to protect human health and ensure environmental safety as well as improve processing with high performance solution-driven sensor products. For more information, please visit http://www.transducertech.com or Web search "Pocket CO"

About Chevron Technology Ventures

Chevron Technology Ventures LLC, a subsidiary of Chevron Corporation, identifies, develops and commercializes emerging technologies and new energy systems including hydrogen-related technologies, advanced energy storage technologies, renewable energy and nanotechnology.

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