About the Summit
The summit will include speakers from DOE, the MA Renewable Energy Trust, WPI, and a number of leading suppliers of Fuel Cell systems and components, with a special introductory address by the Honorable James P. McGovern, congressman for Massachusetts 3rd Congressional District.
There will be 2 independent tracks, each with 2 parallel panel sessions in the afternoon:
|1A||Military Fuel Cell Markets & Portable Fuel Cell Opportunities|
|2A||Stationary Fuel Cell systems and Distributed Generation/UPS systems|
|3B||Micro-Fuel Cell opportunities and Medical and BioMedical markets|
|4B||Hydrogen Generation & Storage Systems|
The summit will feature an introduction to a new Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition. The coalition will to promote the Fuel Cell industry and development in Massachusetts and provide a forum for new Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology among Massachusetts companies, Universities and Federal Labs.
The workshop will feature exhibits of devices and components from a range of local companies, including a demonstration of a special fuel cell powered vehicle developed by students at the WPI Fuel Cell Center. There will also be a tour of the WPI Fuel Cell center, and a networking reception at the close of the program.
The $75 registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, two breaks and networking reception. Register now!
Attention Vendors: Exhibitors' tables are available at a cost of $100.00 each. See registration form to reserve your table. For more information, contact Scott Rackey, CellTech Power, 508-898-2223 x14, firstname.lastname@example.org.Maintained by email@example.com
Last modified: Sep 29, 2004, 11:19 EDT