US Fuel Cell Council Approves New Council Members

May 14, 2000 by Jeff Shepard

The US Fuel Cell Council (USFCC, Washington, DC) has added eight new member companies to its roster. The council serves as the trade association for the fuel cell industry and membership includes virtually all the major developers of fuel cell technology, key industry suppliers and potential customers.

The following members were approved at the USFCC annual meeting in Washington, DC, May 3-4, 2000, by the council's board of directors: GE Micro Generation (Latham, NY); Methanex Corp. (Vancouver, BC); Enable Fuel Cell Corp. (Valencia, CA); Houston Advanced Research Center (Woodlands, TX); California Air Resources Board; Eaton Corp.'s Innovation Center (Southfield, MI); IdaTech (Bend, OR); and Porvair Advanced Materials (Hendersonville, NC).