We are very pleased to be working in conjunction with the National Hydrogen Association (NHA) for this event
Portland, Maine (PRWEB) April 7, 2009
Set for September 30 - August 2, 2009 at the Marriot Washington in Washington, DC, H2PS 2009 will provide an opportunity for developers, producers and users to discuss the viability and commercial potential of near-term technologies for producing and storing hydrogen, both on a large and a small scale. Speakers and session leaders will provide a close look at the market and examine the economic and technical constraints and stimulants for each production or storage method. Presentations will also address technical and commercial hurdles, the cost of implementing a new infrastructure, market and consumer acceptance issues and the timetable of events necessary to transition to a Hydrogen Economy.
"We are very pleased to be working in conjunction with the National Hydrogen Association (NHA) for this event," said Senior Conference Director, Christine Groff. "We are also excited to return to the original venue for IntertechPira's Hydrogen Production & Storage Forum, Washington DC. With a new administration in place and subsequent changes in energy policy, this conference and the DC location are both timely and relevant."
Now in its 15th year, this international conference is designed for business development managers, R&D specialists, technology planners, financial officers, venture capitalists and investors in the energy production, transmission, conversion and distribution industries. In addition, anyone connected with applications where hydrogen plays a key role, such as transportation, electric power generation and mobile battery-powered devices such as laptop computers and cell phones would benefit from attending.
Key topics to be discussed include:
- Industry overview and market potential
- Production methods
- Hydrogen storage
- Transportation and infrastructure
One pre-conference seminar will be held prior to the conference on Tuesday, September 29. Several networking opportunities will also be provided.
With maturing global efforts for a wholesale conversion to hydrogen, and a growing awareness of the many efficient, environmentally sound and low cost methods available to produce and store hydrogen, Hydrogen Production and Storage 2009 will provide a close look at the most viable technologies and systems and assess what is required to meet these objectives.