Fuel cells: Garbage in, electricity out

Siuru, Bill
May 1997
World Wastes;May97, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on the development of a fuel cell which converts landfill gas to electricity. Operational characteristics of the fuel cell; Electrical energy output potential of the cell; Demonstration project at Groton, Connecticut.


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