The latest issue for the U.S. fuel cell industry has just released a directory with more than 750 entries.
WASHINGTON, DC – “This is our most comprehensive and user-friendly directory to date,” says Robert Rose, executive director of Fuel Cells 2000. “The directory is valuable for its content, and also as a measure of the increasing new breadth, sophistication and financial strength of this emerging technology.” With the fuel cell industry expanding so rapidly, it is almost mandatory to have a comprehensive and complete guide to fuel cell developers, researchers and consultants, suppliers to the fuel cell industry, component manufacturers, utilities, associations and interested government agencies around the world. The Fall 2000 issue has increased its listings since 1999. The directory contains 1,200 names, address, phone number, email, company URL and other information such as stock symbols, investor, media and human resource contacts, and senior contacts. It also contains a description of current research projects and fuel cell type. The latest edition costs $100, although non-profit associations, college and university libraries may request a free copy. Electronic versions are available on diskette or CD-Rom in Excel format for $500.