Ceramic Fuel Cells extends agreement with U.K. utility E.On for residential CHP deployment

Last week, solid-oxide fuel-cell developer (SOFC) Ceramic Fuel Cells (CFCL) announced that it had extended its agreement with utility E.On to introduce residential combined heat and power (CHP) products based on CFCL's SOFC technology to the U.K. market. The original agreement between the two compan...

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