Siemens Westinghouse announces immediate start of construction of a plant in the Pittsburgh, PA, area where solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) will be manufactured beginning in 2003. The initial 180,000 sq.-ft. (16,700-sq.-m) facility is located on a 22 acre (9 ha) site with room for an eventual 430,000 sq. ft. (40,000-sq.-m) "high-tech manufacturing" facility. SOFC fuel cells — alone or combined with turbines as hybrid electric power generators — are for natural gas-fueled stationary ...
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