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Long Distance Relationships: The Secret for Fuel Cell Success?

The Global Fuel Cell Challenge:

The multiplicity of viable fuel cell applications, breadth of developed and developing technologies and widely varying regional market conditions have created global partnerships among entities with complementary attributes. Although it may seem that domestic liaisons among culturally similar players spawned from fertile academia centric industry clusters should provide the clearest route to success in this struggling industry, it is the intercontinental groupings which are showing the most potential and creating the most buzz. Vertically integrated multi-national partnerships create compelling products.

Global stationary markets in perspective:

• Critical Backup: While Dantherm Power continues pre-commercial demonstration installations with its domestic stack partners, it has chosen Ballard stacks as the basis for its entry into the critical backup market. Ballard Power was already enjoying success with Japanese manufacturer, Ebara. The globally most promising fuel cell stack project involves stack developer IdaTech employing a new technology Ballard stack to secure a large order from India-based system integrator ACME Tele Power Ltd. The other American stack developers in this now  [...]

Three Ways the Climate Bill Will Change Your Life

Last June, the House passed the first legislation solely dedicated to reversing global warming. Now the fate of the Climate Change Bill is in the hands of the Senate, and political pundits are predicting the bill won’t pass. This exact bill might not pass but sooner than later one will and until then they will have several things in common. A climate bill will change how we produce and use electricity. It will change how you travel from point A to point B. It will change how every business operates and how every American lives. Our lives will never be the same. Dramatic? Yes. True. Yes.

The passage of this bill will change your life in three ways:

1. It would affect what type of car you can drive - smaller.
2. It would affect how much you pay for energy - more.
3. It would affect what type of job you have - green job.

Energy affects every facet of our lives. When energy prices go up, food prices go up, clothing prices go up..the price for everything we buy gets more expensive. Why? Because our society is intricately intertwined with energy, and energy is intertwined with our economy.

On Saturday during his weekly radio address, President Obama put pressure on the Senate to pass the legislation. “Now my call  [...]

My letter to Joe Romm

Joe Romm is the editor of Climate Progress and a former Clinton Administration official. His criticisms of important climate change  [...][]

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The Stationary Fuel Cell and Distributed Energy Solution
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