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Fuel Cell 2005
Minneapolis, United States - 7th and 8th June 2005
Conference / congress

Given the dramatically increased attention that is suddenly being focused on accelerating the commercialization of fuel cells, how will they impact the technology roadmap for the products, systems and operations in which you are involved - and when? As a professional affected by critical developments in power technology, you may be asking yourself this important, indeed, provocative question.
The pressure is on, we all know. The attention, the commitment - and the funding! -- to develop and integrate fuel cells is ramping up significantly. Suddenly, things look like they are coming together much quicker than we thought only a short time ago.

Fortunately, answers that you can use, and insight that you will value, are available at Fuel Cell 2005 Conference, June 7-8 in Minneapolis. Now only a few weeks away, this powerful, information-intensive forum is designed to give you a comprehensive, sophisticated view. It is the only conference designed to help you explore the latest and best of today's solutions while helping you confidently gauge tomorrow's demands. You will come away with an authoritative understanding of the real-life options available now -- plus the knowledge and professional contacts to chart your organization's course for the future.  

7th and 8th June 2005

Hyatt Regency Minneapolis


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