Developing a National Strategy for High-Volume Manufacture of P.E.M. and Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Workshop

This report presents the results of a workshop sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that took place on December 8, 2003, in Dearborn, Michigan. The purpose of the workshop was to bring together a broad national audience to identify critical manufacturing issues associated with the high volume production of fuel cells and to explore the development of a national strategy for fuel cell manufacturability (NSFCM).

Advanced Power Technology Survey

The Advanced Power Technology survey is based on the Delphi forecasting process and is highly dependent upon the quality of the small ‘expert’ panel.

A Report for the Advanced Power Technology Alliance

Positioning the State of Michigan as a Leading Candidate for Fuel Cell and Alternative Powertrain Manufacturing

The automotive industry enters the 21st century on the verge of a new powertrain paradigm. Recent technological developments suggest the internal combustion engine (ICE), which has been the driving force over the first 100 years, may have a major competitor within the coming decades.

A report conducted for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the Michigan Automotive Partnership.