Fuel Cells

Asian Activities Report for November 4, 2011: Gascoyne Resources (ASX:GCY) Announces More Outstanding Gold Results from Glenburgh Project

🕔11/4/2011 12:00:24 PM

Asian Activities Report for November 4, 2011 includes: Gascoyne Resources Limited (ASX:GCY) announces more outstanding drilling results from its 100% owned Glenburgh gold project in Western Australia; Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited (ASX:CFU) has raised AUD 5.9 million through an institutional placement and a share subscription with an existing UK private investor; MHM Metals Limited (ASX:MHM) has secured its first overseas processing contract for the supply of feedstock to MHM's first US salt slag and black dross processing facility; Magna Mining NL (ASX:MAN) has received official confirmation that the tin, copper and gold tailings in Far Eastern Russia have now been released for economic exploitation.

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Australian Market Report of August 5, 2010

🕔8/5/2010 1:31:44 PM

The Australian stock market opened higher this morning after Wall Street returned to gains on better-than-expected corporate earnings and encouraging economic data.

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PV POWER EXPO 2009 May 6-8, 2009; Shanghai New International Expo Center

🕔11/15/2008 4:55:30 PM

In 2007, China has become the world's largest producer in solar cells and the global output this year reached 4000.5 MWp. It is estimated that nearly 50 companies in China are constructing, expanding or planning Siemens improved production lines of polycrystalline silicon. The overall output is over 100,000 tons; the total investment is RMB 100 billion. China produced 1088 MWp solar cells in 2007, exceeding that of Japan (920MWp) and Europe (1062MWp).

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AUDIO: Ceramic Fuel Cells (ASX:CFU) Limited Ships a NetGenPlusTM unit to EWE

🕔12/18/2007 2:12:50 PM

Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited ("CFCL"), a global leader in fuel cell development, has shipped a NetGenPlusTM unit to its utility partner EWE as part of its agreement to develop micro-combined heat and power (m-CHP) products for Germany.

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