Fuel cells claim lane in distributed generation race

Kemezis, Paul
July 1998
Electrical World;Jul98, Vol. 212 Issue 7, p31
Trade Publication
Focuses the use of fuel cells in distributing power-generation markets with the internal combustion engine. Comments from Ryan Katofsy, market analyst for Arthur D Little, on the advances in the four mainstream fuel-cell technologies; Availability of several different types of fuel-cells for different applications by the year 2000. INSETS: Fuel-cell technologies and their benefits;Bringing it home.


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