Key Executives to speak at California Hydrogen Summit.September 5, 2013 -
Scheduled for Oct 9–10, 2013, California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit will cover key business, political, technology, and environmental issues, including clean transportation advancements, hydrogen energy storage, telecommunications and back-up power, and goods movement. Senior officials and industry executives will provide their vision of the role of hydrogen and fuel cells in California and U.S. energy plans, and lay out their plans for continued commercialization of the technology.
Key Government and Business Executive Speakers for California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit Announced
National Hydrogen Association
1211 Connecticut Ave
Washington, DC, 20036
Press release date: September 4, 2013
October 9-10, 2013 | California Environmental Protection Agency | Sacramento, CA
Early Bird Rates Apply Until 9/14
Don't miss the chance to hear from this impressive array of senior officials and industry executives providing their vision of the role of hydrogen and fuel cells in California and U.S. energy plans, and laying out their plans for continued commercialization of the technology.
Featured speakers include:
Carla Peterman, California Public Utilities Commissioner
Janea Scott, Commissioner at the California Energy Commission
Alberto Ayala, Chief Deputy Executive Officer, California Air Resources Board
Andy Marsh, CEO of Plug Power
Catherine Dunwoody, Executive Director, California Fuel Cell Partnership
Prof. Scott Samuelsen, Executive Director, California Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative
Morry Markowitz, President, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association
Alan Lloyd, President, International Council on Clean Transportation
Eric Denhoff, President & CEO, Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
And at least 20 more >>
This two-day CHBC Summit is the only U.S. hydrogen event to cover the industry's key business, political, technology and environmental issues, including clean transportation advancements, hydrogen energy storage, telecommunications and back-up power, and goods movement.
Private businesses, academia, and public government agencies will be able to explore the transformational potential of hydrogen and fuel cells through intelligent dialogue and thought-provoking sessions designed to get to the heart of issues and encourage development of new solutions.
Seats and sponsorship opportunities for this event are limited. Save on regular registration rates by signing up today and gain recognition as a sponsor: www.californiahydrogensummit.com
Early Bird registration closes September 14. Register today >>
About the Venue
The Summit will be held in the Byron Sher Auditorium of the Cal/EPA Headquarters Building.
In December 1999, California Construction Link magazine awarded the new Cal/EPA building "Best of 1999 Awards--Outstanding Engineering." The award was for "innovation in air handling, window placement, and recycling, resulting in a 25-story office tower with significant energy savings over California's stringent energy codes."
The building is located in downtown Sacramento at the corner of 10th and I streets. There are many transportation options to this location.
California Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters
1001 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Tel: +1 916-323-2514
There are several hotels within a short distance of the CAL/EPA building (10th and I Streets).
The Sheraton Grand (12th and J Streets)
Sutter House Best Western (11th and H Streets)
Hyatt Regency (12th and L Streets)
Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza (3rd and K Streets)
Embassy Suites (1st and M Streets)
Travelodge (11th and H Streets)
The Sterling Hotel (1300 H Street)
The Vagabond Executive Sacramento (909 Third Street)
The Clarion Hotel (700 16th Street)