Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Electric Drives Expo

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call for papers extended til January 31

Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Electric Drives Expo
Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Electric Drives Expo

The 8th International Conference and Exhibition Program on Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Electric Drives, H2Expo, will take place in Hamburg, European Green Capital 2011, from 8 to 9 June 2011.

World leading experts will discuss the latest trends and developments in mobile, stationary and protable applications in the automotive, maritime, aerospace and energy supply industries.

H2Expo  will also cover the closely related fields of electric drive technology, electric energy storage systems and hybrid systems, making it a comprehensive information platform for the enrgy and mobility technologies of the future.

Abstracts about current research and project results can be submitted until January 31st.

Posted on January 6, 2011 - (6714 views)
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