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California Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Summit October 15-16, Sacramento, CA
This Summit provides a balanced forum for businesses, academia, and government agencies to explore hydrogen and fuel cells through intelligent conversation, surprising presentations and thought provoking sessions. The Summit covers two full days with a special focus on picturing the vision and promise of the technology contrasted by the advances already made, using hard data from industry developments in the real world. See the agenda or register >>
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HandyTube Corporation, a Handy & Harman Ltd. Company, is a premium manufacturer of Xtreme Length™ seamless stainless steel coil tubing for diverse industries worldwide. HandyTube products are used in applications for the energy sector, chemical process and instrumentation, aerospace and defense, chromatography, and shipbuilding industry. handytube.com
United Hydrogen Group (UHG) and its subsidiaries provide a full range of products and services to the worldwide hydrogen economy, with a vision to expand our leadership in hydrogen manufacturing, distribution and applications development. unitedlh2.com
SAFCell is an energy company established to market and commercialize the innovative solid acid fuel cell (SAFC) technology developed and patented at the California Institute of Technology. www.safcell-inc.com
SAFC technology enables real-world fuel use, stack cost reductions and extensive system simplifications compared to current fuel cell technologies. SAFCell aims to be the exclusive manufacturer and supplier of SAFC stacks.
California is where hydrogen gets down to business. And the California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) is the vital link between hydrogen-technology developers, businesses, energy leaders, government, and infrastructure providers. A 501(c)(6) non-profit organization, members share a common vision of clean energy and transportation fueled by hydrogen. Please check this site for information on meetings and membership, hydrogen headlines and e-news archives.