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June 8th, 2005

First Fuel Cell Network Workshop at Albany NanoTech

Abstract:
New Energy New York (NENY), a consortium of industrial, academic and not-for-profit energy organizations committed to advancing New York's clean energy industry, today held its first Fuel Cell Network Workshop at Albany NanoTech, a leading global center for nanotechnology R&D. A newly established subgroup of NENY, the New York Fuel Cell Network brings together NENY partners General Motors, Plug Power, MTI Micro, Delphi, Greater Rochester Enterprise (GRE) and Albany NanoTech's Energy and Environmental Technology Applications Center (E2TAC) to discuss collaborative fuel cell research and commercialization strategy.

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