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Hi there,

I mainly lurk on this board to keep track of new developments with AMSC, but I have a question for those of you long term investors. How do you see fuel cells effecting the market for HTS wire? Some people have said that, down the road, everyone will have a fuel cell at their residence (or workplace), thus freeing them from the power grid. Do any of you see this as a threat to power grid improvements, namely AMSC's current and future products? Or, do some of you believe more in a model of distributed power, whereby fuel cells will reside at a power station, and power will be distributed over an HTS wire grid? Of course, all of this assumes that fuel cells will be a viable option.

Thanks, in advance, for your feedback.

--Moneyhoche--
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