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Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - 25th to 28th September 2004
Conference / congress

The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference is Canada's largest h2/FC conference and is held annually.  Fuel Cells Canada oversee the management of the event and it attracts many from the industry.

The Canadian Hydrogen Association, Fuel Cells Canada, the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario invite you to the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells 2004 Conference and Trade Show.
By joining over 1,000 delegates from around the world you will have the opportunity to:

Discuss the latest developments in hydrogen and fuel cell research and product developments;
Meet industry, government, and academic leaders who are shaping this growing industry;
Attend plenary sessions, presentations, and commercial exhibits to hear about the latest research and commercialization developments; and,
Visit an exciting array of industrial and product demonstrations.

Cellex Power Products, Inc. will have a booth and offer an invitation to stop by to check out our latest products as well as learn more about hydrogen supply and infrastructure we have been developing with BOC.

25th to 28th September 2004

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel,

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