Michigan to Break Ground on Fuel Cell Center

September 03, 2002 by Jeff Shepard

In order to help the state transition from a fossil fuel vehicle center to a hydrogen economy, Michigan will break ground on a fuel cell research center this October. Michigan has allocated $50.0 million for the center, to be called NextEnergy, which will be built in Ann Arbor. NextEnergy will serve as a research lab bringing leading fuel cell and other alternative energy industries under the same roof.