SOURCE: Massachsetts Hydrogen Coalition

October 22, 2007 14:55 ET

Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition Major Participant in 2007 Clean Energy Conference; Governor Deval Patrick to Speak on Energy Industry Growth

BEVERLY, MA--(Marketwire - October 22, 2007) - The Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition, The Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center (MTTC), and the MIT Enterprise Forum in conjunction with major sponsoring organizations, announce the third annual Conference on Clean Energy at the Hynes Convention Center, Boston, October 29-30, 2007.

A highlight of the Conference is the large number of innovative hydrogen and fuel cell companies participating throughout the two-day Conference, showcasing leading advancements in hydrogen production, storage and applications.

According to Brad Bradshaw, President of the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition and Velerity Management Consulting, "This year's Conference is bringing together the most innovative hydrogen and fuel cell companies in the country. Participating companies will be showcasing their global leadership in portable power for military applications, cost-effective forklift solutions, high pressure hydrogen production, and even renewable hydrogen production utilizing microbes."

Attendees will be able to see fifty presentations over two days, covering every aspect of commercial opportunities and developments in clean energy. Specific panels include Solar, Wind, Biofuels, Hydrogen & Fuel Cells, and Efficiency and Demand Response. In addition, 18 new companies will present their business plans to potential investors, two panels will be covering Project Finance and Venture Capital, while a new panel addresses how companies are formed within universities.

The Featured Speaker for Conference is Massachusetts' Governor Deval Patrick. Keynote speakers include Ian Bowles, Secretary, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs of Massachusetts; Warren Leon, Director, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative Renewable Energy Trust; and Robyn Beavers, Director of Environmental Programs, Google.

Featured hydrogen and fuel cell companies include: Acumentrics, Advent Technologies, Avalence, CTP Hydrogen, ElectroChem, Hy9 Corporation, Living Power, Nuvera Fuel Cells, Protonex Technology Corporation, Quantum Dynamics and Safe Hydrogen.

About the Third Annual Conference on Clean Energy

CCE focuses on accelerating the commercial interests of companies in the clean energy area. Now in its third year, the Conference on Clean Energy is a must-attend event designed to showcase developments occurring in the clean energy cluster. Attendees will find new investment opportunities, support for technology, and career opportunities. CCE 2007 is sponsored by a number of leading law firms, venture capital firms, industry organizations and coalitions, and other service providers. For more information on the conference, click here.

About the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition

The Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition is focused on accelerating the success of the hydrogen and fuel cell industry, encompassing industry leading job creation, market adoption, capital and infrastructure investment, and research and development. The Coalition accomplishes this by promoting our members, identifying market opportunities, organizing business acceleration forums, locating strategic and investment partners, and influencing public policy. For more information on the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition, click here: www.MassH2.org

Contact Information

  • For further information contact:

    Brad Bradshaw
    Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition
    (978) 232-0080
    Email Contact

    Or

    Steven Swartz
    SIZZLE PR
    978-524-9595
    Email Contact