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Group Exhibit H2+FC 2011 Fuel Cell Markets Networking Hour
 

The Fuel Cell Markets Networking Hour will provide a platform for networking and debate that will address the key challenges facing the fuel cell and hydrogen industry and the varying approaches to meeting these challenges. A panel of leading experts in their fields will present alternative views on the subject (30 min), then the audience will be invited to present their questions/comments in an open forum debate (30 min). The debate will be followed by an hour of networking with refreshments where speakers and participants can discuss the outcomes of the debates.

Monday, April 4 from 4:00-5:00pm
Hydrogen infrastructure - how close to demand can hydrogen be generated and what business models can facilitate deployment
Fuel Cell Markets Business models to reduce capital outlay for hydrogen infrastructure – ITM Power plc, Graham Cooley, CEO
Fuel Cell Markets Distributed generation of hydrogen – Proton Energy Systems Inc., Mark Schiller, VP Business Development
Fuel Cell Markets Strategies for addressing hydrogen infrastructure in Germany – NOW GmbH, Oliver Ehret, NIP/Hydrogen Infrastructure
   
Tuesday, April 5 from 4:00-5:00pm
Challenges and solutions to commercializing PEM-based technologies and the debate between LTPEM and HTPEM
Fuel Cell Markets Challenges in stack development to meet market demand – Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH, Nils Chmielewski, Head of R&D
Fuel Cell Markets HTPEM vs. LTPEM – Truma Gerätetechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Andreas Schiegl, Team Leader Fuel Cell Systems
Fuel Cell Markets Varying approaches to manufacturing bipolar plates – Bac2 Ltd., Mike Stannard, CEO
   
Wednesday, April 6 from 4:00-5:00pm
Do fuel cell vehicles need to wait for the hydrogen economy? - Technological approaches to fuel cell vehicles
Fuel Cell Markets LTPEM using pure hydrogen - Intelligent Energy Ltd., Jon Moore, Director of Communications
Fuel Cell Markets HTPEM with onboard reformation - EnerFuel Inc., Daniel Betts, Director Business Affairs
Fuel Cell Markets Perspective from an automotive OEM
   
Thursday, April 7 from 4:00-5:00pm
SOFC - electrolyte-supported, anode-supported and tubular SOFC, implications for the system integrator and end user
Fuel Cell Markets Advantages of anode-supported SOFC - Elcogen AS, Enn Ounpuu, CEO
Fuel Cell Markets Advantages of electrolyte-supported SOFC - ENrG Inc., John Olenick, President
Fuel Cell Markets Advantages of tubular SOFC – eZelleron GmbH, Dr. Sascha Kühn, CTO
   
Friday, April 8 from 11:00am-12:00pm
Closing discussion
Fuel Cell Markets James Wortley, Director, Fuel Cell Markets

Location:
Technical Forum of the Group Exhibit H2+FC: Hall 27, A 60

If you have any questions you would like to put forward for the event, please email: businessdevelopment@fuelcellmarkets.com

 

The Fuel Cell Markets Networking Hour is coordinated by Fuel Cell Markets Ltd., a business facilitator which assists fuel cell, hydrogen and related sustainable energy companies in building the necessary partnerships to take their technologies & services to market.

http://www.fuelcellmarkets.com/

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