Automotive Engineering International Presents Fuel Cell Transportation Technology Summit

Conference scheduled for June 11, 2001 in San Jose, CA.

Published: 26-Feb-2001

WARRENDALE, Pa., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Automotive Engineering International (AEI) is sponsoring the Fuel Cell Transportation Technology Summit, June 11, 2001 at the Hyatt Hotel in San Jose, California.

As fuel cells continue to gain more attention as viable alternatives to traditional power sources, AEI brings you the opportunity to sit face-to-face with leading experts in all phases of fuel cell development. During this one day summit, you will have the opportunity to participate in thought provoking dialog on critical elements impacting fuel cell technology.

Insight from the OEM perspective will be provided in the form of a high level forum moderated by Dr. Christopher Green, Executive Director, Regional Science and Technology, General Motors Corporation. The forum will also include Mr. Reginald Modlin, Director Environment & Energy Planning, DaimlerChrysler Corporation.

A forum on Fuel Cell Components will feature Dr. Roland Burmeister, Vice President of Marketing and Sales, DMC2 Fuel Cell Division; Mr. Steve Amendola, Chief Technical Officer, Millennium Cell; and a Forum on Energy Sources will include Mr. Greg A. Romney, Vice President, Texaco Energy Systems, Inc. and Mr. Paul J. Berlowitz, Project Leader -- Fuel Cells, ExxonMobile Corporate Strategic Research.

This Fuel Cell Transportation Technology Summit provides an opportunity to network with key players in the industry who are addressing current challenges and the impact fuel cells will have on the future.

Following the Summit, The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE International) Fuel Cell Standards Committees will meet, and a tour to the California Fuel Cell Partnership in Sacramento is planned.

For more details, including registration, program requests and special events, contact Sandra Gadzia, phone: 724-772-7198, fax: 724-776-2449, or email: Pre-registration ends May 11.

SOURCE Society of Automotive Engineers International

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