Fuel Cell 2007, a leading international conference and exhibition for the fuel cell industry, will take place in Rochester, New York, June 14th-15th, 2007. The two-day conference is produced by Webcom Communications, publisher of Fuel Cell magazine. It will provide an interactive forum for manufacturers, designers, engineers and integrators to discuss the latest advancements in fuel cell applications and technology.
The event will feature presentations from technology-leading companies and government organizations discussing the latest innovations in portable, stationary and automotive fuel cells. It will also provide an opportunity for attendees to network with other professionals and potential business partners involved in technology solutions serving a variety of applications. The event typically draws attendees from throughout North America, as well as from Europe and Asia.
"We are excited to locate Fuel Cell 2007 in Rochester," said David Webster, president of Webcom Communications, "It is an important center of development and commercialization of fuel cells, and the area has a global reputation for research and development in fuel cell technologies. Also, we're happy to be partnering with the Greater Rochester Enterprise, whose support is instrumental in bringing the conference to Rochester, New York," said Webster.
"Coming on the heels of last week's Alternative Energy in New York: Expo 2006 event, Fuel Cell magazine's selection of Rochester as the host city for its 2007 conference re-affirms the Rochester Region's leadership and potential in the alternative-energy industry," said U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-New York. "It also reinforces the urgent need for this region to develop a strategy now to tap these technologies and grow our economy."
"We're pleased that the Fuel Cell 2007 organizers recognized Rochester's core assets – our materials and precision manufacturing expertise and skilled workforce – and our region's leadership role in developing fuel cell solutions," said Dennis Mullen, interim president and CEO of Greater Rochester Enterprise. "Fuel Cell 2007 will be an excellent forum for showcasing Rochester's latest developments in next-generation fuel cell technologies."
For more information please visit www.fuelcell-magazine.com/fc_2007conf_index.htm.
Fuel Cell 2007 is produced by Webcom Communications, publisher of Fuel Cell magazine. Webcom is a publication and information services company based in Greenwood Village, Colorado, that serves advanced technology fields worldwide through its magazines, events, online media, directories, buyers guides, market reports, data products and marketing services. For more information please visit www.infowebcom.com.