90 Exhibitors from 11 Countries at the NHA Conference & Hydrogen Expo
SACRAMENTO, California, March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Near-to-market products are the focus of the upcoming Hydrogen Expo US, held with the National Hydrogen Association's (NHA) Annual Conference, on March 30 - April 1 at the Sacramento Convention Center. Expo attendees will have the chance to see real-life applications of hydrogen technologies and to drive one of 15 hydrogen vehicles. On Monday, March 31, admission to Hydrogen Expo and participation in the Ride & Drive are free to the public.
Ninety exhibitors from eleven countries will show the latest in hydrogen and fuel cell developments at the 2008 Hydrogen Expo. Live demonstrations of the technology include a fuel cell powered blender, a cybercafe running on fuel cell power, and hydrogen gas leak detection equipment. Three special interest pavilions in the exhibit hall will feature hydrogen generation from renewables and nuclear energy, and technology "Made in Germany". At the Exhibitor Forum attendees will learn more about available products, regional and international hydrogen initiatives.
New products featured at Hydrogen Expo US include fuel cells
manufactured by Altergy and Plug Power; a hydrogen generation module from
Proton Energy Systems; hydrogen storage vessels from Cryofab; hydrogen leak
detection equipment from H2Scan and RKI Instruments; and many more.
Hydrogen Expo Show Hours:
Sunday, March 30, 06:00pm-08:00pm - Opening Reception in Exhibit Hall
Monday, March 31, 10:00am-05:00pm - Public Day, Free Admission
Tuesday, April 1, 10:00am-08:00pm /
06:00pm-08:00pm Reception in Exhibit Hall
Venue: Sacramento Convention Center, 1400 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Exhibitor list, floorplan, and exhibitor forum program on:
NHA Conference Dates: March 30-April 3, 2008
Conference program on: http://www.hydrogenconference.org
Hydrogen Expo Contact:
Freesen & Partner GmbH, Alpen, Germany
Dr. Ines Freesen, tel.: +49-2802-948484-0
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