The 2017 Fuel Cell Seminar and Energy Exposition takes place November 7-9 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California.
When the doors to the Long Beach Convention Center open on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Fuel Cell Seminar &Energy Exposition (FCS&EE) attendees will find the widest array of fuel cell and hydrogen companies, customers, component and service suppliers, and analysts under one roof in North America this year.
For three exciting days, the fuel cell and hydrogen industry will highlight its considerable progress to date, and through demonstrations, shared best practices, technical discussions and exhibits, will show the world how a more efficient, sustainable energy pathway is be being created right now through fuel cell and hydrogen technologies.
"This years FCS&EE will showcase the dynamic strength of our industry today, and the many opportunities it is creating for tomorrow," said Jennifer Gangi, FCS&EE spokesperson. "Even a brief glance at the schedule shows how todays progress in transportation, material handling, power generation and storage is paving the way for energy independence, a cleaner environment and next generation energy job growth, now and in the near future," Gangi added.
The list of speakers, exhibitors and sponsors reads like the Whos Who for the global fuel cell economy, with a strong focus on how the U.S. is helping lead the charge. The Seminar kicks off with a Tuesday afternoon mini-symposium on wide-scale hydrogen production and utilization to enable resiliency of the power generation and transmission sectors, hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Wednesday and Thursday morning plenary sessions include industry leaders Toyota, Honda, Air Liquide, Linde and Plug Power; customer and future market perspectives from the Edison Electric Institute, Caltech and Southern Company; and insight from the nations top fuel cell official, the U.S. Department of Energys Acting Assistant Secretary for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Daniel Simmons.
In addition, policy experts from the American Gas Association, the National Council of State Legislators, the National Association of State Energy Officials as well as top state officials from California, Connecticut and Massachusetts will share their views on the growth of Americas hydrogen infrastructure and fuel cell deployment and provide a public policy overview and outlook for the Seminars attendees.
(For a complete list of Plenary speakers, visit: www.fuelcellseminar.com/plenary-sessions/.)
The Seminars technical program features 180 presentations and more than 40 posters covering the latest research and development, analysis and market strategies, including discussions on renewable hydrogen production, power plant applications, job creation, infrastructure and other important topics. (For a complete list of technical sessions, visit: www.fuelcellseminar.com/technical-sessions/.)
Products and services from nearly 40 international organizations will be on display in the Exhibition Hall throughout the Seminar. Demonstrations and exhibits include fuel cell cars by Toyota and Honda, as well as a fuel cell powered Class 8 heavy duty truck from TransPower. Interested attendees can also test drive a fuel cell car during the Thursday Ride and Drive.
Dont miss the longest running and most comprehensive industry conference in the U.S. Register today at www.fuelcellseminar.com or call 202-261-1339 for more information.