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ROCHESTER HILLS, MI-Energy Conversion Devices Inc. plans to locate a joint venture developmentand commercialization facility here.

The company has joined with Texaco Energy Systems to develop andcommercialize fuel and hydrogen storage technologies.”This new facility represents the highest of high-tech, and is a clearstatement as to the type of business our city can attract,” says Ed Anzek,director of planning for Rochester Hills.

The company received more than $2 million in tax abatements from the state for the newfacility.

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