Fuel Cell Summit 2005: Designed to Accelerate Fuel Cell Development

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME, Dearborn, Mich.) and the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF, Rocky Hill, Conn.) are partnering to present, Fuel Cell Summit 2005, a solutions-based event designed to accelerate fuel-cell development. The Fuel Cell Summit 2005 will take place October 23-25 at the Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort, Uncasville, (Hartford area) Conn.

Fuel Cell Summit 2005 combines two conferences: SME’s “Manufacturing Alternative Energy’s Future,” designed to help manufacturers learn how they can play a role as a future supplier to the growing fuel cell industry, and CCEF’s “Moving Fuel Cells Into the Mainstream,” designed to explore how the fuel cell markets are currently finding successes to commercialization and taking on the challenges of existing barriers.

Major organizations sponsoring this event include: Fuel Cell Energy, Robinson & Cole, UTC Fuel Cells, Connecticut’s Business Development Team, Proton Energy Systems, Shipman & Goodwin LLP, Updike Kelly Spellacy, P.C., American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR, Clean Energy States Alliance, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT), Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center, Connecticut Power & Energy Society (CPES), Fuel Cell Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and US Fuel Cell Council.

To register for the Fuel Cell Summit 2005, visit the Web site at www.fuelcellsummit.com, or call the SME Resource Center, 800 733-4763, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, ET, or Fax to (313) 425-3401.

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