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Advanced Automotive Battery Conference
Nice, France - 10th to 13th June 2003
Conference / congress

The 3rd International Advanced Automotive Battery (including Fuel Cell and Ultracapacitor) Conference

Sessions will include information regarding:

A full session on automotive Fuel Cell, dealing openly with the issues the ambitious FC development programs are facing.

A full session on power generation and distribution on-board vehicles to help bridge the gap between power-source developers and automotive electrical engineering professionals.

A full session on Ultracapacitors (the interest is growing here) and 'other' (than VRLA, NiMH, and Li Ion) battery technologies (is there anything promising out there?).

Poster sessions to accommodate the interesting work of those who were not invited to present as part of our expert panel sessions.

10th to 13th June 2003

Aopolis Convention Center

Contact for booking / more info:
For more information:Phone: 530-692-0140

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