June 5, 2006
Campus Center - Odeum
Massachusetts companies, universities, and research institutions are leading the nation by developing, manufacturing, and shipping hydrogen and fuel cell products that are ready for prime time. This one-day summit is an opportunity to learn about these leading organizations and their commercial accomplishments.
Massachusetts has the highest density of companies, universities, research institutes, and nonprofit organizations focused on accelerating the commercial success of the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. The summit is designed to highlight the products and research initiatives that are creating commercial breakthroughs that will sustain and grow this industry.
The summit is organized to focus on the stage of commercial readiness, with the three major sections: Commercial Successes, Commercial Innovations, and University Innovations. Industry success stories from hydrogen generation, storage, portable and micro-power, stationary power, APUs/industrial vehicles, and transportation have been brought together in each section. Learn who the winners are and how the Massachusetts business climate is driving industry participants towards commercial success.
- Donald Bradshaw, Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- James Dunn, Center for Technology Commercialization (email@example.com)
- Linda Looft, Government and Community Relations, WPI (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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