AFS Trinity Power to integrate flywheel UPS with fuel cell and microturbine companies

AFS Trinity’s role with distributed power companies is to store and instantly make available power required for initial startup as well as to ride through sags, spikes and other limitations of primary energy sources. In the case of fuel cells, which provide excellent, clean, base-load power, the AFS Trinity flywheel system will act as a “passing gear” or load leveling device.

WESTBOROUGH, Mass. & SYRACUSE, N.Y., March 2, 2001 (BUSINESSWIRE)–National Grid Group plc (LSE, NYSE: NGG) and Niagara Mohawk Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: NMK) have received anti-trust clearance on their merger under the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act, effective February 26, 2001, according to National Grid USA President and Chief Executive Officer Rick Sergel. The $3.0 billion merger was announced on September 5, 2000.

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