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2018 Renewable Energy Storage A White Paper by Joel M


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Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970


Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970


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Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Reports.
Title     Author/Date       Hydrogen Fueling Stations: A Business Case for Clean Transportation in Connecticut    CCAT, in coordination with state, regional, and national partners, has developed a white papers that examine the business case for a 250 kg/day hydrogen fueling station to serve fleet vehicles in Connecticut.
May 7, 2018     Fuel Cell Distributed Generation: Cost, Value, and Market Potential.

A White Paper from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology

Inc.
that identifies the economic drivers and potential market factors for the use of high efficiency fuel cell distributed generation (DG) in Connecticut.
May 1, 2018     Connecticut Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Development Plan    A 2018 Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Development Plan has been created for each state in the Northeast region, including  Connecticut, with support from the United States (U.

S.) Small Business Administration (SBA)

to increase awareness and facilitate the deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.
February 2018     Economic Impact of the Northeast Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Industry    A White Paper from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.
that summarizes growth and trends of the Northeast region’s hydrogen and fuel cell industry.
This is an update to the analysis completed in 2016.
February 2018     Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles: A Business Case for Clean Transportation in Connecticut    Fuel Cell Electric Buses: A Business Case for Clean Transportation in Connecticut    CCAT, in coordination with state, regional, and national partners, has developed two white papers that examine the business case for both fuel cell electric buses (FCEBs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in Connecticut.
(Revised) March 16, 2018   2017 CHFCC Annual Report This report highlights the activities and accomplishments of the CT Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coalition in 2017.
February 9, 2018   Commercialization of Fuel Cell Electric Material Handling Equipment A White Paper from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.
that identifies the benefits of fuel cell powered material handling equipment.
January 4, 2018   Renewable Energy Storage  A White Paper by Joel M.
Rinebold that was presented at the 2nd Hydrogen Energy Forum in Chungcheongnam-do Province of the Republic of Korea November 1, 2017   Northeast Regional FCEV Fleet Deployment Plan A Plan developed by the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.  and H2USA that identifies opportunities, barriers, and actionable steps necessary for longterm deployment of zero emission fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and hydrogen infrastructure for fleets in the Northeast region and Maryland.

April 2017   Can Connecticut Meet Renewable Portfolio Standards and Improve Air Quality

Increase Energy Reliability, and Strengthen the Economy.
A White Paper from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.
that identifies opportunities to improve the State’s energy reliability, increase environmental performance and grow opportunities for economic development.
January 2017   Economic Impact of the Northeast Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Industry A White Paper from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.
that summarizes growth and trends of the Northeast region’s hydrogen and fuel cell industry.
June 2016   Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV): Operations, Parking.

And Labeling A White Paper from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology

Inc.
that addresses applicable industry codes and standards for FCEV operation and supporting infrastructure.
January 2016   Connecticut Hydrogen Fuel Cell: Status & Direction A White Paper from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.
on the current status and future direction of the hydrogen and fuel cell industry.

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