Consortium Forms in UK for Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Research

San Diego, California [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Accelrys, Inc., provider of scientific business intelligence software and services, together with CMR Fuel Cells and Johnson Matthey Plc, have formed a UK-based Research Consortium for the development of advanced low-cost catalysts in fuel cells. Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, Alistair Darling, said, “Innovation and new ideas translate into new jobs, which benefits the UK as a whole. That’s why we’re investing £1.15M in this collaboration to help further develop hydrogen technology for cars and other products and make it cheaper and more efficient.” Funding has been awarded through DTI’s Technology Programme competition. The DTI will award the Consortium a total of £1.15M over the duration of the three-year grant to offset research expenses.
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