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 DANBURY, Conn., July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Energy Research Corporation (NASDAQ: ERCC; BSE: ERC) announced today changes in the senior management of the company.
 Christopher R. Bentley, president of Fuel Cell Manufacturing Corporation, an ERC subsidiary, has been named to the board of directors of Energy Research Corporation.
 Donald R. Glenn, former executive vice president of Fuel Cell Engineering Corporation, an ERC subsidiary, has been promoted to president of Fuel Cell Engineering Corporation.
 Mr. Bentley joined ERC in 1990 to plan and implement the fuel cell manufacturing program as it moves from the research facility, to the initial manufacturing plant in Torrington to full scale commercial manufacturing. From 1985 - 1989, he was with Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corporation, a major manufacturer of gas turbines. He held the positions of director of manufacturing (1985), vice president and general manager (1985-1988) and president (1989). Prior to 1985, Mr. Bentley was with the Static Power Component Operation of General Electric Company and with TRW.
 Mr. Bentley received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University in 1966.
 Mr. Glenn joined ERC in 1983 to direct the company's battery and fuel cell contract research marketing and business development functions. Based in ERC's Washington, D.C. office, he interfaces with government personnel on energy and environmental issues. Mr. Glenn also acts as liaison with development partners including the Fuel Cell Commercialization Group, the American Public Power Association, and participants in the Santa Clara Demonstration Project.
 Before coming to ERC, Mr. Glenn was president of Decision Research Group, an energy technology consulting firm. He directed the Institute of Gas Technology's technology marketing functions and served in system engineering and program management roles for GE, Boeing, Bendix and the Decision Sciences Corporations.
 Mr. Glenn received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1961 with additional course work in Systems Engineering Management and Value Engineering.
 ERC, located in Danbury and Torrington, Conn., is engaged in the commercialization of highly efficient and environmentally benign electric power generation equipment for utilities using Direct Fuel Cell technology, and in the development of advanced electric storage batteries.
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 /CONTACT: William Baker, manager, corporate communications of Energy Research Corporation, 203-792-1460/

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