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Fuel Cells and Hydrogen: The Path Forward

This report represents a coalition of 26 leading fuel cell companies to answer the Congressional call for a national fuel cell and hydrogen strategy. The report details a 10-year, cost-shared program that would require $5.5 billion in federal funds. The report also offers specific recommendations in several program areas, including research and development; demonstration programs; federal purchases; investment in fuel infrastructure; market entry support; removal of barriers; and education and outreach.

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Date Of Record Release 2009-06-09 13:05:19
Alternate Title A Comprehensive Strategy For Federal Investment In Fuel Cell Technology And Fuel Infrastructure
Description This report represents a coalition of 26 leading fuel cell companies to answer the Congressional call for a national fuel cell and hydrogen strategy. The report details a 10-year, cost-shared program that would require $5.5 billion in federal funds. The report also offers specific recommendations in several program areas, including research and development; demonstration programs; federal purchases; investment in fuel infrastructure; market entry support; removal of barriers; and education and outreach.
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Source Fuel Cells 2000
Keyword Fuel cells, Fuel cell industry, Hydrogen
Selector Jund
Date Of Record Creation 2009-06-09 13:00:57
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Date Last Modified 2010-06-22 16:28:42
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2009-06-09 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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