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Fuel Cell projects receive backing in South Carolina.

The Greater Columbia Fuel Cell Challenge has awarded $150,000 for six fuel cell projects around South Carolina.

The fuel cell challenge was issued earlier this year as a project of the USC Columbia Fuel Cell Collaborative, which includes USC, the city of Columbia, and the South Carolina Research Authority.

The funded projects include a backup power system at Benedict College, a citizen's school for hydrogen and fuel cell technology, fuel-cell powered Segway personal transporters to be used on the USC campus, and a first-responder extended power pack for law enforcement and emergency officials.

Contact: The Greater Columbia Fuel Cell Challenge,
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Title Annotation:Editorials, Asides & Reviews
Publication:Fuel Cells Today
Date:Oct 19, 2006
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