Electric Co-op Installs Fuel Cell in Georgia

July 17, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Georgia’s first residential fuel cell has been installed by Flint Energies to provide heat and electricity to its Service Center facility in Warner Robins, Georgia. The 5 kW fuel cell, manufactured by Plug Power Inc. of Latham New York and purchased from GE Fuel Cell Systems LLC, was installed and commissioned in less then 4 days in June. GE Fuel Cell Systems is a limited liability company formed between GE Power Systems and Plug Power Inc. and is responsible for the marketing and sales of Plug Power fuel cell products worldwide with the exception of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. (Nasdaq:PLUG)


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