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California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit
California, Sacramento, United States - September 30th to October 1st
Conference / congress

On September 29th and October 1st, the California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) will be hosting its third annual California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit at the California EPA in Sacramento. Our paramount event of the year will provide a focus on the emerging and established hydrogen and fuel cell sectors within the state. The recent announcements and funding of hydrogen and fuel cells projects and products create a sense at the CHBC that this timely Summit may be our largest yet.

We are building upon last year's very successful 2-day Summit, the largest CHBC event ever with more than 200 attendees and 90 organizations, agencies, universities, and businesses. The CHBC Summit also brings some of the most successful and brightest industry leaders in the nation to interact with the most influential members of the political community.

Featured topics for this year's Summit will include:

Hydrogen Transportation
Goods Movement/Sustainable Freight
Stationary/Backup/Telecom Applications
Renewable Hydrogen
Energy Storage Solutions
First Responders Education
Perceptions of Hydrogen

Last year's Summit received excellent marks from attendees on the overall conference experience.

September 30th to October 1st

California Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters in Sacramento, CA.

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