Hydrogen Energy Conference Attracts National Attention
Santa Fe , NM : The New Mexico Hydrogen Business Council is convening the Annual New Mexico Hydrogen Energy Implementation Conference in Santa Fe on Thursday and Friday, February 17 and 18, 2005.
The conference is focused on building hydrogen energy systems for use throughout New Mexico and the southwest. The business council, in association with HyTeP, has gathered the manufacturers, integrators and stakeholders together to network with the state organizations and potential user groups. The council, dedicated to the success of its members and hydrogen energy, has assembled a conference program of expert panels addressing the critical topics of industrial & technological readiness, economics and teambuilding. Exhibits of a wide range of hydrogen energy technology, products and capabilities will be shown on both days.
“ New Mexico is unique because of its sophisticated energy leadership. Governor Richardson, a former U.S. Secretary of Energy, has rallied the state to take a strong position in the hydrogen future.” stated David Haberman, President of the New Mexico Hydrogen Business Council. “We are grateful to be receiving the endorsement of the New Mexico congressional delegation and the participation of the U.S. Department of Energy which provides important national direction for hydrogen.”
A Ride and Drive of hydrogen vehicles, demonstrations of hydrogen fuel cells and a hydrogen energy tutorial by an expert from the Los Alamos National Laboratory Hydrogen Institute will be held on Thursday, February 17, 2005 .
The conference is preceded by an Industry Day presented by HyTeP and the U.S. Army –NAC which will be held at the Radisson Santa Fe.
The conference is strongly supported with sponsorship by: IF, LLC, the Gas Technology Institute, ARES, Arizona Public Service, Toyota , ChevronTexaco, Nuvera Fuel Cells, Parsons, the U.S Army’s National Automotive Center , CABOT and the PNM utility.
The conference is endorsed by: American Council of Renewable Energy, the National Hydrogen Association and the U.S. Fuel Cell Council.
For more information go to www.nmhbc.org or call 505-992-0220. The NMHBC priced registration fees at $100 for individuals and $250 for businesses in order to reflect its commitment to affordable and broad participation.
We are pleased to be hosted by the Radisson Santa Fe, call toll free 800-333-3333. To book on-line www.radisson.com/santafenm , please use nmhydr as the event code.