Fuel Cells 2000 Releases Ninth Edition of Fuel Cell Directory

Fuel Cells 2000 has released the Ninth Edition of its Fuel Cell Directory - a comprehensive guide to the fuel cell and related fuels industry.

The Ninth Edition of Fuel Cells 2000's Fuel Cell Directory is here, providing comprehensive listings for 1,035 companies - submitted by the companies themselves.


"There is no better tool available to help connect you to the fuel cell and related fuels industry," says Jennifer Gangi, program director, Fuel Cells 2000. "Whether you have a policy interest, a need for fuel cell power, or a component, product or service for the industry the Fuel Cell Directory provides the contacts for collaboration, information and sales. The Directory will be of value to those already involved in the industry and those looking to enter it."

The fuel cell industry is growing and making great strides in niche markets such as backup and portable power, forklifts and materials handling and military applications. Since the last edition, Fuel Cells 2000 added more than 300 new companies, and updated current listings with new contacts and information. "The 296-page Fuel Cell Directory is the best way to have the entire industry right at your fingertips," Gangi said.

Entries include address, phone number, company URLs, stock symbols, investor, sales, media and human resource contacts and emails, and the name of the President or CEO, as well as a description of the company and current research projects. To make searching easier, the Directory is indexed by fuel cell type and company type.

The printed Ninth Edition of the Fuel Cell Directory costs $125. The database version of the Directory is available on CD-ROM in MSExcel or MSAccess format for $500 for unlimited use.

Non-profit organizations, college and university libraries, and news outlets may request a free PDF copy of the Fuel Cell Directory.

To order, please download an order form from our web site - http://www.fuelcells.org/directoryorderform.pdf.

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