Fuel Cell Challenge 2010

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Greater Columbia Fuel Cell Challenge
Clean technology is revolutionizing the global energy economy. In an effort to accelerate the commercialization of clean
technologies in South Carolina, the USC-Columbia Fuel Cell Collaborative is re-launching the Fuel Cell Challenge. The
Challenge is an innovative-based competition focused on
identifying and commercializing novel hydrogen, fuel cell, and clean technologies in the industry.

Teams from around the country are invited to compete by submitting innovative technologies and business plans for
developing the next generation of products focused on
hydrogen and fuel cell technology and its components.

Awards will be granted for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place submissions. Winning proposals will receive the following cash prizes as well as support resources.

1st Place: $100,000
2nd Place: $50,000
3rd Place: $25,000

Download an application today! www.fuelcellcollaborative.com

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  • How Will We Get There? With a Broad, Collaborative, and Entrepreneurial Team– to execute our 20 year plan With a Strong Innovation Pipeline -- to create and grow companies With a Market Driven Approach – these markets are quickly developing, fast changing and will guide our activities Finally, with Enabling Policy -- -- provide resources for R&D, infrastructure, and Recruitment
  • How we are approaching it We’re using the same approach employed by the Greater Columbia Chamber in its visioning for the Columbia region This effort. Led by Ike Mcleese and chaired be Cathy Novinger & Lee Bussell acknowledges that Columbia Is already a good city but aspires to be a great city. To become a leader in the Hydrogen economy, we are employing 4 key principles from Jim Collins bestselling book, Good to Great… Get the right people on the bus Control the brutal facts, understand your core competency. Take action based on being the best at what you can be best at…leverage assets. Implement the resulting plan rigorously, with adequate resources, discipline and focus . Let’s take a look at each of these…
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