U.S. Fuel Cells, Solid State Companies

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1135 Vida Larga Loop
Milpitas CA 95035
Newport SolarWorks Renewable Energy
20451 Bay View Ave.
Newport Beach CA 92660
(949) 678-4782

Renewable Energy Consultants providing turnkey services to identefy, purchase, permit, install, commission and maintain energy projects.
Bloom Energy Corporation
1299 Orleans Drive
Sunnyvale CA 940891138
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Asia Pacific Fuel Cell Technologies Ltd
7217 East Dapple Circle
Orange CA 92869
(714) 630-9669
Infinity Technologies LLC
431a Hayden Station Road
Windsor CT 06095
(860) 688-6500
Ztek Corp
17 Gill St.
Woburn MA 01801
(781) 938-5858
Delphi Automotive Systems LLC
2151 West Thompson Road
Fenton MI 48430
(810) 629-4040
Metha Energy Solutions
410 Park Avenue Floor 20
New York NY 10022
(212) 231-8526
Precision Energy & Technology
2000 Composite Drive
Kettering OH 45420
(937) 610-1577
Nano Enertex
4131 Grennoch Lane
Houston TX 77025
(713) 667-9558
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