Pennsylvania Switches from Solar to Fuel Cells to Power Equipment

Briefly Noted

2002-02-13 [] The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has purchased two 30-watt remote power systems from DCH Technology, Inc. to provide electricity to air quality sampling equipment, a data logger and wireless communications equipment at two evaluation sites in the state. The fuel cells will be used to replace solar and battery-power systems currently used to power the equipment.
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