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AFC Energy, Allied New Technologies sign MOU for energy facility at Florida chlor-alkali plant

6:19 AM MST | February 3, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

AFC Energy (Dunsfold, UK), the industrial fuel-cell power company, said today that it has signed a nonbinding memorandum of understanding with US chemicals manufacturer Allied New Technologies (Miami) to undertake a feasibility study for a fuel-cell system to generate clean energy from surplus hydrogen produced at Allied’s plant in Florida. The cooperation agreement marks AFC’s first move into the US market  and is aimed at lowering Allied’s energy costs by using hydrogen produced as a by-product at its chlor-alkali facility. The...

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