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October 12, 2012 in Conference/Meeting, Electric Drive, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

California Hydrogen Business Council in San Jose Tuesday

CHBC – the California Hydrogen Business Council – is holding its fall general meeting at the Hyatt Place hotel in downtown San Jose, Calif., this Tuesday, October 16 – part of an effort to acquaint Silicon Valley companies with the ultimate benefits of zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell transportation.

Shell hydrogen dispenser at Newport Beach, Calif. and the fuel cell stack of a Mercedes-Benz B-Class F-Cell hydrogen car.

Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in California – Ready for Prime Time is the meeting theme.

The San Jose gathering is a joint effort of CHBC, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, the California Fuel Cell Partnership and the California Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative, in partnership with the Silicon Valley Leadership Group.

Other participating organizations include the California Air Resources Board, the City of San Jose, Ballard Power Systems, Bloom Energy, Honda,
 and Plug Power.

Johnson Matthey, Air Liquide, Ballard

CHBC is calling on industry leaders, investors, customers and vehicle operators to attend. “Attendees will be able to learn from industry leaders what product options may apply to their business to help fulfill their energy and environmental goals and what incentive programs the state of California provides,” CHBC says. “Networking breaks will ensure that companies can connect directly with attending manufacturers, while several fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) will be available for a test drive.”

Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells, Air Liquide and Ballard Power Systems are advocate sponsors.

CHBC, Emanuel Wagner, 310-455-6095, ext 360; [email protected]

CHBC, managing director Jeff Serfass, 310-455-6095; [email protected];
 www.californiahydrogen.org

Source: California Hydrogen Business Council

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