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View Resource Feasibility of Electrolyzer Based Home Refueling System for Advanced Plug-in Hydrogen Vehicle Applications

In this EPRI supported technology innovation project, ElectroChem has demonstrated operation of a unique cell design that allows great simplifications, yet high performance, for PEM electrolyzer...

http://fuelcell.com/techsheets/Feasibility_of_Electrolyzer_B...
View Resource Fuel Cells: Powering Our Economic Future

Program from General Motors and Junior Acheivement targets students in grades 5-8 and is designed to enhance their social science curriculum.

http://gmedu.stage1.mslideas.com/lesson-plans/lesson-plans-f...
View Resource Racing Ahead in Automotive Education

At the Department of Energy, we know that we need to out-educate the rest of the world in order to out-innovate them. That?s why we?re offering $5 million to establish and support Graduate Aut...

http://energy.gov/articles/racing-ahead-automotive-education
View Resource Automotive Vehicle Lifts: A Resource Guide for Media ©2007 Rotary®

This white paper is intended to cover the many factors dealers and independent repair shop owners should consider when buying new vehicle lifts.

http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/Content/Site301/SmartProd...
View Resource SYLVANIA's Guide to Night Driving

Headlights dim over time. SYLVANIA recommends replacing headlights in pairs. Replacement ensures that your headlights will always be their brightest.

http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/Content/Site301/SmartProd...
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