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Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition
San Antonio, TX, United States - 18th to 21st October 2010
Seminar / workshop

Fuel Cells: Delivering the Power of a Greener Future
The Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition (FCS&E) provides an exciting opportunity to learn about and experience the latest advances in fuel cell research, development and demonstration/application. The Seminar was created in 1976 as a forum for researchers and developers alike to share new findings, as well as successes and failures, within the fuel cell community. Since then, the FCS&E has grown along with its industry, in terms of the numbers of participants; the numbers of demonstrations of fuel cells; and the state-of-the-art of the technology.

This year's conference, Fuel Cells: Delivering the Power of a Greener Future, expands on the conference's mission to advance the global energy, environmental, and economic benefits offered by fuel cell technology. Through our extensive technical program and exciting exposition featuring international partners, the FCS&E showcases the importance of fuel cells in the development of energy strategies that reduce or eliminate greenhouse gas and criteria pollutant emissions.

With exhibitors from Canada, Finland, Germany, the UK, Denmark, Taiwan, Greece, and Japan, the 2010 Exposition provides attendees with a global perspective on the market. The exposition allows attendees to touch real fuel cell systems and components and it provides the opportunity to network with leaders of the international fuel cell industry.

18th to 21st October 2010

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center

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