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22.04.2008

DGAP-News: Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd.: GERMAN FUEL CELL RESEARCH PRIZE / AWARDED BY CERAMIC FUEL CELLS LTD AND FORSCHUNGSZENTRUM JÜLICH

Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd. / Miscellaneous 22.04.2008 Release of a Corporate News, transmitted by DGAP - a company of EquityStory AG. The issuer / publisher is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. =-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited, a global leader in high temperature fuel cell (SOFC) development, today awarded a prize to a promising young German fuel cell researcher Mr Helmut Kronemayer, for his innovative work in the SOFC field. The jury recognised his innovative work on using lasers to precisely measure high temperatures in combustion systems. Ceramic Fuel Cells' Managing Director Mr Brendan Dow, together with Prof. Dr. Detlev Stöver, Research Director Energy at Forschungszentrum Jülich, awarded the prize to Mr Kronemayer in a joint ceremony at the Hanover Fair, the world's leading showcase for industrial technology. The prize awarded by Ceramic Fuel Cells comprises a cash payment of EUR 2,000 and a return trip to Melbourne, Australia, for a work experience internship at Ceramic Fuel Cells' extensive research laboratory and pilot production plant. Mr Kronemayer (30), from Mannheim in Baden-Würtemberg, was awarded for his work on 'Laser-based temperature diagnostics in practical combustion systems'. He developed laser-based measurement methods for measuring gas temperatures with high precision in combustion systems. Measurements with such high precision have not been possible before. Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited is a leader in developing solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology which can provide reliable, energy efficient, high-quality, and low-emission electricity from widely available natural gas and renewable fuels. In February 2008 Ceramic Fuel Cells announced an investment of EUR 12.4 million in the construction of a manufacturing plant in Heinsberg, Germany for the commercial production of its fuel cell systems. Initial capacity will be 10,000 units per year. The project is being supported by the North Rhine-Westphalian Government. In February Ceramic Fuel Cells also announced a volume order from Nuon, The Netherlands' largest energy company. CFCL and Nuon have agreed on a set of performance targets for a commercial m-CHP unit. On CFCL's achievement of these targets, Nuon will order 50,000 fuel cell systems, to be delivered over a five year period. Contact: PR Partner GmbH, Matthias Baumgarten, Ohmstraße 8, 80802 München, Tel.: +49-89-383985-15, Mail: mbaumgarten@prpartner.de 22.04.2008 Financial News transmitted by DGAP =--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd. / Miscellaneous 22.04.2008 Release of a Corporate News, transmitted by DGAP - a company of EquityStory AG. The issuer / publisher is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. =-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited, a global leader in high temperature fuel cell (SOFC) development, today awarded a prize to a promising young German fuel cell researcher Mr Helmut Kronemayer, for his innovative work in the SOFC field. The jury recognised his innovative work on using lasers to precisely measure high temperatures in combustion systems. Ceramic Fuel Cells' Managing Director Mr Brendan Dow, together with Prof. Dr. Detlev Stöver, Research Director Energy at Forschungszentrum Jülich, awarded the prize to Mr Kronemayer in a joint ceremony at the Hanover Fair, the world's leading showcase for industrial technology. The prize awarded by Ceramic Fuel Cells comprises a cash payment of EUR 2,000 and a return trip to Melbourne, Australia, for a work experience internship at Ceramic Fuel Cells' extensive research laboratory and pilot production plant. Mr Kronemayer (30), from Mannheim in Baden-Würtemberg, was awarded for his work on 'Laser-based temperature diagnostics in practical combustion systems'. He developed laser-based measurement methods for measuring gas temperatures with high precision in combustion systems. Measurements with such high precision have not been possible before. Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited is a leader in developing solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology which can provide reliable, energy efficient, high-quality, and low-emission electricity from widely available natural gas and renewable fuels. In February 2008 Ceramic Fuel Cells announced an investment of EUR 12.4 million in the construction of a manufacturing plant in Heinsberg, Germany for the commercial production of its fuel cell systems. Initial capacity will be 10,000 units per year. The project is being supported by the North Rhine-Westphalian Government. In February Ceramic Fuel Cells also announced a volume order from Nuon, The Netherlands' largest energy company. CFCL and Nuon have agreed on a set of performance targets for a commercial m-CHP unit. On CFCL's achievement of these targets, Nuon will order 50,000 fuel cell systems, to be delivered over a five year period. Contact: PR Partner GmbH, Matthias Baumgarten, Ohmstraße 8, 80802 München, Tel.: +49-89-383985-15, Mail: mbaumgarten@prpartner.de 22.04.2008 Financial News transmitted by DGAP =--------------------------------------------------------------------------

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