Ukura, Kim
March 2011
Product Design & Development;Mar2011 Supplement, Vol. 66, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the creation of energy models that demonstrate the integration of wind turbines, solar power and hydrogen fuel cells to create a renewable energy system by engineers at Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies Pte. Ltd. Kyle Stewart, notes the availability of materials for renewable energy education. The education model of Horizon is part of its efforts to lessen the size of fuel cell technology and educate consumers and students about fuel cells.


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