CES International supports development of utility transmission and distribution technology integration standards

The committee is responsible for the coordination of 11 working groups charged with developing standards for power-systems operations and control.

CLIFTON, N.J., March 28, 2001 – H Power Corp., a fuel cell development company, and Energy Co-Opportunity Inc. (ECO), an organization serving nearly 1,000 rural electric utility cooperatives and a market of 35 million residential electric customers, today endorsed the Johnson-McNulty federal alternative energy bill, which proposes a $1,000 per kilowatt tax credit for purchasers of stationary fuel cell systems that supply home electricity.

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