Fuel cell useful links


February 7, 2005

Here are some sources for manufacturing projects related to alternative energies:

1. Hydrogen Fuel Cell

FuelCell Energy Co. - www.fce.com/site/products/manufacturing.html
United Technologies - www.utcpower.com
ElectroChem, Inc. - www.fuelcell.com
Gas Technology Institute - www.gastechnology.org
ATI Allegheny Ludlum - www.alleghenytechnologies.com
Alion Science & Technology - www.alionscience.com
Ford - www.ford.com
GM - www.gm.com
DaimlerChrysler - www.daimlerchrysler.com
Honda - www.honda.com
Toyota - www.toyota.com
Nissan - www.nissan.com

2. Wind

GE - www.ge.com
NEG Micon - www.neg-micon.com
NewWindEnergy® - www.newwindenergy.com

3. Solar

BP Solar - www.bpsolar.de
Fronius - www.fronius.com/solar
GE - www.ge.com
Shell Solar - www.shell.com/solar
Solar Energy Industries Assoc. (SEIA) - www.seia.org
Uni-Solar - www.unisolar.com
PV News - www.pvenergy.com
SMA-America - www.sma-america.com

4. Geothermal

Water Furnace Co. - www.waterfurnace.com

5. Biomass

Dynamotive Co. - www.dynamotive.com
CVPS Cow Power™ - www.cvps.com/cowpower

6. Government Sources for All Technology Types

Check your state governments' energy departments
U.S. federal government
U.S. Department of Energy - www.doe.gov


U.S. DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) www.eren.doe.gov, www.eere.energy.gov/solar
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - www.epa.gov, www.epa.gov/ogd/(grants)
U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Geothermal Energy Program - www.nrel.gov/geothermal

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