DOE gets $100 million for fuel cell program

10/23/2000
The US Department of Energy will have about $100 million for fuel cell related programs in the new fiscal year, including $52.7 million for stationary fuel cell programs, $10 million more than the Clinton administration asked.The money was included in the Interior appropriations bill Pres. Bill Clinton signed earlier this month.The US House and Senate jointly agreed upon the sum for stationary fuel cell programs along with approving the full request of $41.5 million for transportation fuel cell research and $5.5 million for buildings.The stationary fuel cell program will fund research and development to cut costs and improve performance leading to commercial fuel cell power systems within...
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