London is the place is to be this September for all in the fuel cells and renewable energy fields, as Westminster hosts the Eleventh Grove Fuel Cell Symposium.

Regarded as ‘Europe’s leading fuel cell event’ and firmly established on the events calendar, the Grove Fuel Cell Symposium will this year be held from 22nd – 24th September, once again returning to the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, UK.

Forward thinking epitomised the Tenth Grove Fuel Cell Symposium back in September 2007, when gasworld attended the event and reflected on the challenges facing a future hydrogen fuel cell economy.

Just as with 2007’s symposium, this month’s meeting will comprise of a three-day international conference, complemented by a free-to-attend exhibition featuring a number of industry and government exhibits.

Pre-registration is open and interested delegates can sign-up now for free entry to the event.

Stimulating a clean market
The three-day conference will examine the challenging environment for fuel cells in buildings, hydrogen and fuel technology, the transport sector and many more related topics.

More specifically, delegates will be able to review technology developments across the fuel cell sector, network with leading industry figures, analyse future prospects for fuel cell markets, and hear first-hand from leading fuel cell manufacturers, users and suppliers.

In addition, the Eleventh Grove Fuel Cell Symposium will build on the success of its previous meetings with an added extra – a demonstration of the Imperial Racing Green Project.

Imperial Racing Green is an undergraduate teaching project to design, build and race zero emissions fuel cell race vehicles. The project’s latest and ‘most effective’ vehicle will be on display at the Grove this month.

For all those still interested in either attending or taking part at Grove 2009, organisers Elsevier welcome emails or calls or alternatively, more information can be found at