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EMTEC stands for Edison Materials Technology Center (Ohio)

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According to Taft, the 2006 grant recipients include Cleveland-based HydroGen Corporation, which was awarded $1 million for its "Development of Ohio-based Mass Manufacturing of Air-cooled Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells" project; Alliance-based SOFCo-EFS Holdings, LLC, which was awarded $999,841 for its "Advanced Components for Commercially Competitive Solid Oxide Fuel Cells" project; and Dayton-based Edison Materials Technology Center, which was awarded $1 million for its "Design for Manufacturability of TMI's SOFC System" project.
To speed the transition to market, and augment the companies core competencies in materials science and coating application technology, the company has cooperative agreements, partnerships, and technology licenses with the Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology, NASA Glenn Research Center, The University of Akron, CASE Western Reserve University, Oak Ridge National laboratory, The Edison Materials Technology Center, the US Department of Defense, and others.
The Dayton, OH-based Edison Materials Technology Center (EMTEC) is a nonprofit, member-based organization committed to "accelerating materials technology to the market".
The Edison Materials Technology Center works toward improving manufacturing operations through better source materials and materials processing operations that lower manufacturing costs and enhance product quality.
s (Nasdaq:SEPCE) Candidate Core Technology Project entitled "Advanced Commercial Glass-Ceramic Products from Vitrified Waste Feedstocks" has been selected for funding by the Edison Materials Technology Center (EMTEC).