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Fuel Cells for Electrical Generation

Colorado Governor's Office of Energy Management and Conservation

The Governor's Office of Energy Management and Conservation (OEMC) recently issued a request for proposals (RFP) to fund a fuel cell demonstration project. A demonstration project is needed to help introduce this technology and showcase its capabilities to Colorado electricity consumers, particularly homeowners and small businesses, and to help speed up the adoption of this technology. The project is intended to show and evaluate as many qualities and characteristics of fuel cells as possible.

OEMC wants to demonstrate two fuel cell applications: One is for a residential-sized electricity load and another is for a small-business-sized load. OEMC is seeking a project that illustrates this emerging technology as a highly desirable source of electricity for almost any size of electricity load. Fuel cells are very clean and reliable, make no sound, produce high quality electricity and allow a load to be located on or off "the wire."

For more information:

Contact Jay Brizie at (303) 894-2383 or 1-800-632-6662; or e-mail Jay.Brizie@state.co.us .

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