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Reports pdf (701 KB)

August 10, 2011 - by Warren Leon and Alexei Ponomarov

Fuel Cells for Supermarkets

Final paper in a series of CESA briefing papers on fuel cell and hydrogen technologies to inform state policymakers about the benefits of fuel cells. This paper describes fuel cell applications in supermarkets across the country and why states should target this niche market for support. Read more »

Project: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, Resilient Power

Reports pdf (704 KB)

June 3, 2011 - by Charles Kubert and Warren Leon, CESA

Hydrogen Production and Energy Storage

This short, illustrated, five-page paper is designed to give policymakers and others an introduction to how hydrogen for fuel cells is currently produced and stored, and how renewable energy could be used more extensively for hydrogen production in the future. It discusses the adequacy of current supplies and the safety of hydrogen production and storage. Read more »

Project: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, Resilient Power

Reports pdf (1.9 MB)

May 2, 2011 - by Timothy Lipman for CESA

An Overview of Hydrogen Production and Storage Systems with Renewable Hydrogen Case Studies

This report provides an overview of hydrogen production and storage systems with renewable hydrogen. Read more »

Project: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, Resilient Power

Reports pdf (666 KB)

May 1, 2010 - by Charles Kubert, CESA

Stationary Fuel Cells and Critical Power Applications

This CESA report provides basic information on the value of fuel cells as a reliable power source for critical facilities such as hospitals and banks. Read more »

Project: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, Resilient Power

Reports pdf (751 KB)

May 1, 2010 - by Charles Kubert, CESA

Fuel Cell Technology: A Clean, Reliable Source of Power

This CESA report provides information on fuel cell technologies, economics, and stationary power applications. Read more »

Project: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, Resilient Power

Reports pdf (386 KB)

April 1, 2010 - by Lewis Milford, Mark Sinclair, Ken Locklin and Charles Kubert, Clean Energy Group

Federal Climate and Energy Legislation and the States: Legislative Principles and Recommendations for a New Clean Energy Federalism

In this new report, Clean Energy Group recommends that Congress establish a new "Clean Energy Federalism" to expand the historic role of states to fund and deploy clean energy projects, create jobs, and grow the clean energy sector. Read more »

Project: Resilient Power