Hurricanes have caused powerful disruptions to lives, property, and communities. Remember the impact of Hurricane Sandy? Millions of Americans were caught in the storm’s destructive and costly path. However, one of the few positive notes that came out of this historic storm was the ability of alternative energy sources to keep community resources and businesses operating. In particular, fuel cells can be singled out for providing backup power in the aftermath of the storm, enabling grocery stores to keep consumer goods fresh and for keeping cell phone communications open.
Fuel cell technology is transforming the power generation sector and, next month, hundreds of government, industry, and community stakeholders will gather in Long Beach, CA, for the annual Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exhibition. From November 7 through 9, this event will highlight a number of exciting developments in the high-value transportation, residential, industrial, and adjacent markets across all technology segments including PEM, PAFC, SOFC, catalysts, and more.
“The Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition is the longest-running and most comprehensive industry conference in the United States,” says Jennifer Gangi, Director of Communications and Outreach for the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, the organization managing the seminar. “The 2017 seminar in Long Beach is shaping up to be a dynamic event that will showcase the latest R&D, commercial products, market strategies, and innovative deployments from around the world”
The premier event for the fuel cell industry, this year’s edition boasts an impressive list of industry leaders and heavy-hitters. Beginning with the plenary session, featured speakers will include Plug Power CEO Andy Marsh, representatives from the California Energy Commission and Air Resources Board, as well as presentations by Toyota and Honda from the automotive sector. In addition to a full complement of presentations during the technical sessions technical sessions, the Department of Energy is hosting the H2@Scale working session, where the wide-scale production and utilization of hydrogen will be explored.
The Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition is also on tap to host its annual Supply Chain Exchange, which offers opportunity for suppliers to connect with fuel cell systems developers and manufacturers. Industry insiders know that the Supply Chain Exchange is the most content-effective and time-efficient place to explore new business opportunities. One-on-one exchange opportunities are planned, allowing for meaningful dialogue on capabilities and value propositions.
Fuel cell technology is a critical component of the sustainable energy future, and Match Point Strategies is ready to transform how you accelerate your business’s sales opportunities. Connect with us at email@example.com and explore our capabilities at www.matchpointstrategiesllc.com.