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|From left to right: Jinhua Ma, the Director of the Rugao Economic Development Zone Management Committee in Jiangsu province, Huijuan Chen, the Vice Mayor of the Nantong City Municipal Peoples' Government in Rugao province, Governor Rick Scott (R-FL), Dean Minardi, chief financial officer of Bing Energy, Inc.|
On May 13, 2011, a high-level trade delegation from Rugao, China visited Tallahassee, Florida to meet with Gov. Rick Scott and potential energy and technology trading partners. The visit was hosted by Bing Energy, Inc., a new Florida company working to turn revolutionary nanotechnology pioneered at Florida State University into a better, faster, more economical and commercially viable fuel cell. Bing Energy, Inc.'s Chinese facility is located in Rugao within the "Rugao Economic and Technology Development District's Special Economic Zone."
About Bing Energy, Inc.
Bing Energy, Inc. has an exclusive commercialization agreement to use Florida State University professor Dr. Jim P. Zheng’s patented breakthrough nanotechnology to create a more commercially viable fuel cell. Building on the groundbreaking of Dr. Ben Wang, inventor of buckypaper, Zheng has pioneered a fuel cell that incorporates a thin membrane composed of carbon nanotubes, reducing the need for expensive platinum that, until now, have made fuel cells too expensive to be widely marketed.
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