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The Knowledge Foundation announced today that more than 70 organizations from around the world will participate in the 3rd Fuel Cells Durability & Performance conference which will take place in Miami, FL from November 15-16, 2007.
According to Dr. Serge Pan, Vice President at The Knowledge Foundation, "The durability and performance of fuel cells have a major impact on the most important challenges facing fuel cell commercialization including final cost, mass production, system integration, functionality and reliability." Drawing on the internationally recognized Knowledge Foundation Fuel Cells Conference Series, this meeting will provide an interdisciplinary forum for fuel cell developers, manufacturers and suppliers working in the fields of materials, stacks, system design, fabrication, and testing.
Organizations participating in this year's conference include:
3M, ACAL Energy Ltd., Advance Research Chemical, Advanced Fuel Cell Technology, Alcorn State University, Analytic Services, Inc., Angstrom Power, Argonne National Laboratory, Arkema Inc., ASB-Aerospatiale Batteries, Ballard Power Systems, Inc., BASF Fuel Cells, Cabot Corp., Center for Applied Economic Research, Columbian Chemicals Company, CSIRO Energy Technology, DaimlerChrysler AG, DaimlerChrysler Corporation, Dana Corporation, Distributed Energy Systems, DuPont Fuel Cells, EnerFuel, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, Enerize Corporation, Ford Motor Company, French Atomic Energy Commission, Fuel Cell Magazine , Honda R&D Co. Ltd., Hydrogenics Corp., HyPower, Hyundai Motor Company, IdaTech, LLC, Knowledge Press, Kobe Steel, Ltd., Korea Institute of Energy Research, Lamart Corporation, Lawrence Technological University, LGC Consultant LLC, Liebherr - Aerospace GmbH, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Michigan Technological University, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, NedStack Fuel Cell Technology B.V., New York Power Authority, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Nissan Research Center, NovoCell S.A., NuVant Systems, Nuvera Fuel Cells, Inc., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Purdue University, Sagentia Catella AB, Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., SANYO Energy (USA) Corporation, Scribner Associates, SGL Technologies GmbH, Solvay S.A., The A to Z of Materials, The Knowledge Foundation, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing, U.S. Department of Energy, Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University, United Technologies, University of Waterloo, University of Windsor, UTC Power, VIASPACE Corp., Volkswagen AG, W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc., Wohlers & Tan.
About Knowledge Foundation
The Knowledge Foundation is committed to integrating scientific ingenuity and real-world applications by fostering collaborative research at the rapidly changing intersection of science and business. Known for providing its members with direct and unbiased state-of-the-art scientific information, The Knowledge Foundation is uniquely qualified to provide wider exposure for important developments in the emerging fields of alternative energy, nanotechnology, and chemical/biological detection technologies.
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