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Webinar: Hydrogen & Fuel Cells in the Ports
California, United States - 02/03/2017
Seminar / workshop

This exclusive CHBC webinar will take place on March 2, at 10 AM PT. The purpose of this webinar is to recap the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Ports Workshop held on November 10, 2016 at the Port of Los Angeles, present the findings of the Ports Workshop Report and discuss next steps.

The webinar will provide information on the status of current hydrogen and fuel cell port and freight solutions, as well as review the learned needs and challenges of California Ports to reduce their emission footprint and meet California State air quality requirements.



Contact for booking / more info:
For webinar content-related questions, email Cory Shumaker or call (310) 598-9383,
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