H2PS 2004: The Hydrogen Production & Storage Forum (hydrogen)

Venue: Washington Marriott Hotel

Location: Washington, D.C., United States

Event Date/Time: Dec 06, 2004 End Date/Time: Dec 08, 2004
Early Registration Date: Oct 29, 2004
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Chaired by Jay Laskin (former Director, Teledyne Energy Systems Inc.), H2PS 2004 is a forum for developers, producers, and users to discuss the long-term potential and commercial opportunities for production and storage hydrogen technology, both on large and small scale. The conference will be devoted to providing maximum information exchange to help technologists developing the infrastructure, emerging applications, and new ways to reduce generation, storage, and deployment costs.

Over 200 executives are expected to attend – including business development managers, R&D specialists, technology planners, and venture capitalists . . . as well as anyone connected with applications where hydrogen will play a key role, such as transportation, electric power generation and mobile battery-powered devices like notebook computers and cell phones.

The conference will feature over 20 speakers, two Keynote addresses and one Panel Discussion on December 7-8. In addition, two 3-hour seminars on the challenges in hydrogen production and storage will be held on December 6. There will also be an exhibit area for display of new hydrogen generation and storage technologies, and testing, purification, and metering equipment.

The following topics will be covered during four conference sessions on December 7-8: Production Methods to Generate the Hydrogen Economy Today, Solving the Hydrogen Storage Challenge, Life Cycle Analysis for Hydrogen Fuel, and Business Strategies for a “Here-and Now” Hydrogen Economy.