[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The Governor’s Office of Energy Management and Conservation (OEMC) in Denver, Colorado issued a request for proposals for fuel cell projects. The State has set goals under a proposal called the Colorado Fuel Cell Center, and wants to expand fuel cell related research, development, education and commercial applications. Projects eligible for participation in the center must demonstrate an actionable plan to realize that goal and specifically identify objectives and milestones for management, implementation and achievement. OEMC shall provide a minimum contract amount of US $2 million over a two-year contract term to the Colorado Fuel Cell Center. Funds for the center will come from the Petroleum Violation Escrow fund. Projects selected to participate in the center must provide a minimum of US $1 million in matching cash funds.