JACKSON TWP. — Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell Systems at Stark State College of Technology will receive $1.54 million to help in its quest to develop fuel cells for commercial use.
The funds will support the development of durable, solid-oxide fuel-cell processing capabilities to reduce the carbon footprint of our nation’s electric grid.
The research could lead to the creation of facilities employing more than 300 Ohioans in clean energy service jobs, according to Rolls-Royce.
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