Fuel Cell Council (USFCC) recently announced it partnered with the Sacramento Engineering Technology Regional Consortium (SETRC) and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) earlier this month to conduct a one-day workshop, titled "Powering the Future: Energy Forum for Educators," that was designed to allow middle and high school teachers to learn about hybrid solar/fuel cell technology from industry experts.
What does SETRC stand for?
SETRC stands for Sacramento Engineering Technology Regional Consortium
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23, 2004 The US Fuel Cell Council teamed up with the Sacramento Engineering Technology Regional Consortium (SETRC) and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) on February 6th to conduct a one day workshop on Hybrid Solar/Fuel Cell Technology for middle and high school teachers.