New Director for Florida’s Solar Energy Center

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] James M. Fenton, associate director and co-founder of the Environmental Research Institute and professor of chemical engineering at the University of Connecticut, has been named director of the Florida Solar Energy Center. Fenton, who has been at the University of Connecticut since 1984, also served as acting head of the chemical engineering department and director of UConn’s Pollution Prevention Research and Development Center funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. He co-founded the Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center and is part-owner of a University of Connecticut spin-off company, Ionomem Corp., which manufactures high-temperature membrane electrode assemblies for fuel cells. For more information on Fenton, see the following link.
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