Fuel Cells 2000 Releases Tenth Edition of Fuel Cell Directory

The Tenth Edition of Fuel Cells 2000's Fuel Cell Directory is finally available! Connect with potential partners, suppliers and customers with more than 850 companies and organizations in this comprehensive and searchable database.

With big time customers such as Coca-Cola, Wal-Mart, Anheuser-Busch and Hilton to name just a few, and aggressive programs in Japan, Korea and Germany, the fuel cell industry is poised for tremendous growth in the next few years. The Tenth Edition of Fuel Cells 2000's Fuel Cell Directory is your source to stay one step ahead, providing comprehensive listings for more than 850 companies around the world involved in the fuel cell and related fuels industry - submitted by the companies themselves.


Whether you are already involved in the industry and looking for potential component suppliers, partners or customers; or on the outside looking to get in, the Fuel Cell Directory provides the contacts and information you need to get started. The Fuel Cell Directory includes companies spanning the entire marketplace, from developers to end users, universities to government programs, micro to stationary to automotive and much, much more.

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 accomplishments and products.

The Tenth Edition is only offered on CD-Rom in MS Excel format and costs $500.00 for unlimited use. This database is searchable and easily manipulated for queries, reports, or mail merges.
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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