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Sept. 17, 2002: Michigan Chooses Wayne State University Corridor For Fuel Cell Center

September 17, 2002
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DETROIT, MI — According to a report in the Detroit Free Press, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced Monday that Wayne State University’s Woodward Technology Corridor will be the new home to the NextEnergy Center, a $50 million fuel cell technology project.

The NextEnergy Center will be a high-tech research and development center for the study of fuel cells and alternative energy technology for both mobile and stationary applications.

The goal of the project is to make NextEnergy the fuel cell research capital of the world.

Publication date: 09/16/2002

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