Fuel Cell System Component Businesses in California
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J Leddy Inc. markets and coordinates distribution of electronic hardware, grounding, lightning prevention and surge protection systems, solar cell arrays, remote solar power systems, generators 1KW to 10KW portable and 20KW to 3MW diesel, water purification systems and superconducting technology for advanced power quality solutions. We offer state of the art technologies and solutions to each application. The systems are highly reliable and many are military grade systems.
- Business type: manufacturer, wholesale supplier, exporter
- Product types: solar electric power systems, computer and electronic components, fuel powered electric generators, fuel cell system components, water filtering and purification systems, wind energy system components (small), Lightening Eliminators, Grounding, Surge Suppressors, Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage >10MW United States Water and Power - A public benefit corporation.
- Address: 1179 Nelrose Ave. , Venice, California USA 90291
- Telephone: 310-822-9177
- Web Site: http://www.jleddyinc.com
- E-mail: Send Email to J Leddy Inc.
Alta Renewable Power Source
- Business type: retail sales, exporter, importer, distributor
- Product types: power conversion equipment, alternative fuel vehicles, alternative home and building construction materials, fuel cell system components.
- Service types: installation
- Address: 1353 Pine street, Pittsburg, California USA 94565
- Telephone: 925-325-4706
Structural Composites Industries (SCI)
- Business type: manufacturer, exporter
- Product types: fuel cell system components, Type III seamless aluminun, composite-wrapped high pressure cylinders/storage tanks.
- Service types: research services, maintenance and repair services
- Address: 325 Enterprise Place, Pomona, California USA 91768
- Telephone: 909 444 2525
- FAX: 909 444 3325
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