The industry pays a lot of attention to Fuel Cells and there are many sources of information, so UFTO doesn’t attempt to cover this huge topic except for unusual or less visible developments.
If you didn’t go to the big meeting in Palm Springs last Fall, you can purchase a copy of the of the 1998 Fuel Cell Seminar Abstract book for $45 (includes U.S. shipping & handling), or if you prefer in CD ROM format for $20 (includes U.S. postage & handling). For international orders please contact us for shipping information.
Mail check to:
Fuel Cell Seminar
2000 L Street, NW. Suite 710
Washington, DC 20036
For credit card orders call (202) 973-8671. Please allow-2-3 weeks for delivery. Quantities are limited. (FUELCELL98@courtesyassoc.com)
Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Letter http://www.mhv.net/~hfcletter/
(monthly newsletter, $230/year — recommended)
Here is a list of websites on fuel cells, courtesy of Charles Berry, KeySpan Energy (Brooklyn Union), our newest UFTO member (firstname.lastname@example.org). Many of these sites also have lists of site links.
Charles Berry’s FUEL CELL WEBSITES LIST:
Fuel Cell Developer List
International Fuel Cells
Dept. of Defense
Dept. of Energy
(** Has proceedings of the annual Joint DOE/EPRI/GRI Workshops on Fuel Cell Technology. The writeup for the May ’98 meeting in San Francisco is still in preparation by EPRI. The ’99 meeting will be in Chicago, July 27-29.)
Energy Research Corp.
Electric Power Research Institute
Gas Research Institute
Fuel Cell Commercialization Group
Fuel Cells 2000
American Hydrogen Association
Analytic Power Corp.
Fuel Cell File
H Power Corp.
Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Letter
Hydrogen Burner Technology
Humboldt State University
NASA Lewis Safety Manual
Natural Resource Defense Council
National Fuel Cell Research Center
National Hydrogen Association
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
(St. Vincent’s demonstration is covered in Report 97-3)
Argonne National Labs
Oak Ridge National Labs
Plug Power, LLC
Proton Energy Systems
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Sandia National Labs
Small-scale Fuel Cell Commercialization Group
South Coast Air Quality Management District
US Fuel Cell Council
Warsitz Enterprises, Inc.
*Following reports available:
Task 3: Investigate Current Uses of Fuel Cells in the DOD, issued June 2, 1997, provides a detailed overview of fuel cell technology, fuel cell manufacturers, and key support organizations. In addition, the report summarizes current DOD fuel cell applications and installations under the Fiscal Year 1993 (FY93) and FY94 DOD fuel cell programs.
Task 4: DOD-Unique Applications, issued June 20, 1997, identifies fuel cell applications not currently pursued by the DOD, including premium power, direct current (DC) power, and hydrogen source applications.
Task 5: DOD Guidebook for Evaluating Fuel Cell Technology, issued October 10, 1997, identifies fuel cell technology, guides users through the process to determine potential fuel cell applications, and allows an approach for an economic analysis of fuel cells.