Fuel Cells

Guests: Jeff Bentley Vice President Arthur D. Little Cambridge, Massachusetts Gary Mittleman President and CEO Plug Power Latham, New York Bob Rose Executive Director, Fuel Cells 2000 Breakthrough Technologies Institute Washington, DC Rick Tempchin Director of Electric Transportation Edison Electric Institute Washington, DC An engineering company announced this week that it has developed a fuel cell that runs on gasoline. Another company is developing fuel cells for residential use. In this hour, we'll talk about how fuel cell technology could provide clean power for cars, portable generators, and homes. Plus, what the new fuel cells mean for the electric car industry.



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