USFCC

AcronymDefinition
USFCCUnited States Fuel Cell Council
USFCCUnited States Federation for Culture Collections
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Novartis' innovative approach to influenza vaccine manufacture, combined with proven flexibility, helped the USFCC facility stand out as a leader in innovation, but there is another reason why the facility stands out: It promotes teamwork and environmental sustainability.
USFCC's staff take life day by day, always ready to step up to the challenge should a pandemic emerge--yet their everyday workday involves innovations in science, design, and leadership that combine to produce a facility that is anything but elementary.
"Variations in the number of companies reporting data make year to year comparisons inexact," said USFCC executive director Robert Rose.
USFCC noted that the new survey, which was conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, is available online at http://www.usfcc.com/ resources/2005WorldwideFuelCellSurvey.pdf.
Contact: Bud DeFlaviis, USFCC, phone 202-293-5500 ext 35, website http://www.usfcc.com.
According to USFCC, legislative language in the hydrogen title and the vehicles and fuels sections of the bill establishes new levels of research and development (R&D), demonstrations and transition to market programs.
Contact: Bud DeFlaviis, USFCC, phone 202-293-5500, e-mail bdeflaviis@usfcc.com.
According to Taft, the USFCC presents the Pathfinder Award annually to "leaders outside the fuel cell industry who greatly contribute to the commercialization of fuel cells."
"Over the course of this governorship, governor Taft has succeeded in establishing his vision of an innovation-driven, high-technology economy for Ohio," said USFCC executive director Robert Rose.
USFCC noted that the event will also feature DaimlerChrysler, General Motors and Nissan fuel cell vehicles available for "ride-and-drive" by members of Congress, their staff and the public.
According to USFCC, the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Act of 2005, introduced by Senators Byron Dorgan (D-ND) and Lindsay Graham (R-SC), is a comprehensive, 10-year initiative aimed at accelerating programs that will lead to the widespread commercialization and adoption of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.
The group said its Solid Oxide Focus Group will disseminate an industry-wide "SOFC Testing Procedures Survey" in an effort to determine the "best approach the USFCC should take in developing these guidelines and procedures."