February 2015

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HP Viewpoint: Going our way?—How the US will benefit from natural gas and fuel cell technology

A remarkable convergence is taking place in North America, as rising natural gas production meets the growing market for both stationary fuel cells providing power to businesses and the utility grid, ..

Markowitz, M. B., Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association

A remarkable convergence is taking place in North America, as rising natural gas production meets the growing market for both stationary fuel cells providing power to businesses and the utility grid, as well as to light-duty fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). The joining of these potent forces bodes well for US jobs, energy security, the environment, and the quality of life in communities threatened by storms and other power disruptions. Production of abundant US natural gas continues to rise. In September 2014, the US Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) said that “natural gas marketed production (will) grow by an annual rate of 5.3% in 2014 and 2.1% i

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