The Department of Energy (DOE) will have more than $100 million for fuel cell related programs in the new fiscal year, $10 million above President Clinton's request. The money is contained in the Interior Appropriation bill signed by the President and gives $52.7 million for stationary fuel cells, $10 million more than requested, and approved the full request of $41.5 million for transportation fuel cell research and $5.5 million for research structures. Fuel cell projects will receive $8.85 ...
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