American Security Resources Corporation (ARSC) recently announced that its Hydra Fuel Cell Corporation subsidiary has joined the University of South Carolina's (USC) Center for Fuel Cells Industry Advisory Board.
What does CFC stand for?
CFC stands for Center for Fuel Cells (NSF)
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- Catholics for a Free Choice
- Celebrities for Charity Foundation (est. 1997)
- Celtic Football Club (Glasgow, Scotland)
- Center for Change (various locations)
- Center for Communications (various locations)
- Center for Computational Physics (Portugal)
- Center for Families & Children (Ohio)
- Center for Furniture Craftsmanship (Maine)
- Central Federal Corporation (Ohio)
- Central Financial Control
- Central Fire Control (US Air Force)
- Central Flyway Council (management of migratory birds)
- Centre de Formation Continue (French: Center for Continuing Education; various locations)
- Centre de Formation de la Comédie (French: Comedy Training Center)
- Centre for Coaching
- Centre Français d'Exploitation du Droit des Copies (French: French Centre for the Investigation of Copyright Exploitation)
- Cercle Franco Coréen (French: French Korean Circle; Seoul, South Korea)
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USC hosts the nation's only National Science Foundation Center for Fuel Cells and operates Innovista, the research and innovation district dedicated to the development of the fuel cell and future fuel industry.
USC provides the central role in Columbia's industry leadership -- including the country's only National Science Foundation Center for Fuel Cells and the unique opportunity for 235,000 square feet of facilities within Innovista, USC's research and innovation district, dedicated to the cultivation of the fuel cell and Future Fuel industry.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently announced it has selected the University of South Carolina's (USC) College of Engineering and Information Technology for its first Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Fuel Cells (I/UCRC), which will pair USC researchers with "industrial partners" to "advance the technology and commercialization of fuel cells (FCs).
The booth (#1153) will also feature cutting edge research initiatives like Clemson University's International Center for Automotive Research (ICAR), the National Science Foundation's only Research Center for Fuel Cells (USC), and the Savannah River National Laboratory and the Center for Hydrogen Research in Aiken.