Middle East Conference Focuses on Fuel Cells

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The first-ever Middle East Forum on Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Economy (MEFH) will be held at the Dubai Police Academy, United Arab Emirates, on December 6-7, 2005. Topics will focus on fuel efficiency, more efficient energy use and pioneering hydrogen fuel cell technology. General Motors, Ballard, Hydrogenics, Plug Power, Fuel Cell Markets, UTC, and the World Fuel Cell Council are backing the event, held in association with the Zayed International Prize for the Environment. More than 200 government officials, academics and vendors of hydrogen fuel cell technology will gather to share technological breakthroughs and lobby for the increased take-up of clean energy.
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