IFC

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AcronymDefinition
IFCIndependent Film Channel
IFCInternational Finance Corporation
IFCIndustry Foundation Classes (International Alliance for Interoperability)
IFCInterfraternity Council
IFCInternational Fire Code
IFCInter Fraternity Council
IFCInternational Finance Centre (Hong Kong)
IFCInside Front Cover
IFCIntel Fortran Compiler (software)
IFCIntellectual Freedom Committee (American Library Association)
IFCIrving Fisher Committee (Central Bank Statistics)
IFCInitial Filter Criteria (computing)
IFCInterim Final Rule with Comment Period (Medicare; US DHHS)
IFCIntel Fortran Compiler
IFCInternet Foundation Classes
IFCInterface Cable
IFCInput Flow Control
IFCIntegrated Fluidic Circuit
IFCIraq Freedom Congress
IFCIntegrated Framework Chart (Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics; US DoD)
IFCInformation Flow Control
IFCInternational Financial Center (Hong Kong)
IFCIntegrated Flash Controller (computing)
IFCInterface Clear
IFCInstitut Forestier du Canada (Canadian Institute of Forestry)
IFCInterest Free Credit
IFCInternational Fundraising Congress
IFCInternational Fuel Cells (a unit of United Technologies Corporation)
IFCIntegrated Fire Control (Radar)
IFCInstitut Français de Coopération (French: French Institute of Cooperation; Tunisia)
IFCIndian Film Company
IFCInterferential Current Therapy
IFCInformation Fusion Center (various organizations)
IFCInfant Feeding Counseling
IFCInstitute for Community (Romeoville, IL)
IFCIssued for Construction
IFCInternational Fighting Championships (mixed martial arts; est. 1996)
IFCIndependent Football Commission
IFCInternet for Christians
IFCIndividual Folding Carton (packaging)
IFCInstream Flow Council
IFCInsulated Food Container (Philadelphia, PA)
IFCIntelligence Fusion Cell (US DoD)
IFCInternational Footbag Committee
IFCInternet Freedom Coalition
IFCIntensive Field Campaign
IFCIssue for Construction
IFCInternet Foundation Class
IFCInternational Financial Corporations
IFCIntelligent Flight Control
IFCInternational Friendship Center
IFCInflight Canada, Inc. (aviation company)
IFCIthaca Fine Chocolates (New York)
IFCInternal Floating Cover (energy storage tanks)
IFCInfant Formula Council
IFCIn-Flight Calibrator
IFCInternational First Class
IFCInternet FAQ Consortium
IFCInclusive Fitness Conference
IFCInternational Flightsim Convention
IFCInterfaculty Council (University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston)
IFCInternational Freighting Corporation
IFCInternet Fraud Council
IFCIrish Film Center
IFCInternational Footwear Conference
IFCInstalled First Cost
IFCInternational Film Corporation (Great Britain)
IFCIntra-Facility Cable
IFCInternational Filtration Conference
IFCInstructional Focus Calendar
IFCIndependent Fertility Concerns
IFCInternal Fission Counter
IFCInstantaneous Frequency Converter
IFCItem For Collection
IFCIdeal Fading Channel
IFCIssued for Client
IFCInstruments and Flight Controls (Air Force specialty)
IFCInstitut Français de Cologne (French: French Institute of Cologne; Cologne, Germany)
IFCInitial Flow Control
IFCIrish Freedom Committee, Inc (Boston, MA)
IFCInterim Flight Clearance (US Navy)
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KNOWLEDGE FOUNDATION TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIALIZATION ALLIANCE'S (KFTCA) INTERNATIONAL FUEL CELLS DURABILITY SYMPOSIUM, December 8-9, 2005, Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC
For example, the first commercially available fuel cell power plants, produced by UTC Fuel Cells (formerly called International Fuel Cells), create less than one ounce of pollution per 1,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity produced-- compared to the 25 pounds of pollutants for conventional systems.
Power for the Hyundai Santa Fe FCEV comes from a 75-kilowatt fuel cell developed by International Fuel Cells. IFC is also the sole provider of fuel cells for US manned space missions.
But the company does have a Santa Fe SUV running, powered by a fuel cell developed by International Fuel Cells Inc.
A 60 kW PEM fuel cell supplied by International Fuel Cells, a division of United Technologies, will convert hydrogen fuel into electrical motive power provided to an electric motor.
The Fuel Cell Partnership -- which formally began in April 1999 -- includes auto manufacturers (DaimlerChrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan, Toyota, and Volkswagen), energy providers (BP, Shell, Texaco), fuel cell companies (Ballard Power Systems, International Fuel Cells, and XCELLSiS), and government agencies (the California Air Resources Board, California Energy Commission, U.S.
Another residential system is being developed by International Fuel Cells of South Windsor, Conn.
said Tuesday it has agreed to set up a joint venture in Tokyo with International Fuel Cells Corp.
Georgetown University operates a bus powered by International Fuel Cells. And Ballard has six test buses in municipal service in Chicago and Vancouver, Canada.
The fuel cell technology being used was developed by ONSI Corp., a joint venture between International Fuel Cells Corp.
A year later in California, 70 fuel cell-powered vehicles from eight automakers and two fuel cell makers (Ballard Power Systems and International Fuel Cells) will hit the road as part of the state's Fuel Cell Partnership.
It is this kind of niche that International Fuel Cells and its sister company, Onsi Corp., of South Windsor, Conn., fill with their 200-kW phosphoric acid fuel cell power plants.
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