Fuel Cell Investor Conference Scheduled For March 20-21, 2001
NEW YORK, Nov. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Fuel Cell Investor, the Latest Conference Organized By Strategic Research Institute' Will Be Held in Boston, Tremont Hotel, on March 20-21, 2001.
The FC Investor 2001 conference will review existing and future technologies, new markets niches, technical challenges yet to be resolved and, above all, the financial implications of the decisions made and the commercialization paths taken.
This unique event will bring together CEOs of almost all publicly traded FC companies: DCH Technology, FuelCell Energy, H Power, Hydrogenics, Millennium Cell, Plug Power, Proton Energy, ZeTek, plus executives of some of the hottest pre-IPO fuel cell ventures, both from the US and abroad. Companies interested in fuel cell applications and commercial developments within this emerging sector will be represented as well -- DTE Energy, DuPont, Enron, Ford, GE Equity, Goldman Sachs, Salomon Smith Barney, Texaco, US Department of Energy, Verizon ...
Chairman of this conference will be David A. Weiss, vice president of Salomon Smith Barney.
Some of the keynote speakers will be: Frank C. Ingriselli, president of Texaco Technology Ventures, Peter J. Pintar, vice president, DTE Energy, David L. Peet, director, DuPont Fuel Cell Venture, Hans Kobler, vice president, GE Equity, Masroor Siddiqui, vice president, Goldman Sachs.
The fuel cell community will be represented by, among others, seven CEOs: Jerry D. Leitman, CEO, FCEL, George McNamee, Chairman, PLUG, H. Frank Gibbard, CEO, HPOW, John Glidden, CEO, PRTN, Stephen S. Tang, CEO, MCEL, Pierre Rivard, President, HYGS and Nicholas Abson, CEO, ZeTek Power.
Exhibition of the latest developments in fuel cell technology will also take place.
For further information or to request a brochure please contact Branko Milicevic, at Strategic Research Institute, by mail at 333 7th Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10001-5004; by phone at 212-967-0095, ext. 239; by fax at 212-967-7973 or 7974; or by email at email@example.com.
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