NHA Conference & Expo Shows New Momentum in 2010


The language is changing in hydrogen and fuel cell circles these days. That was evident at the NHA Hydrogen Conference & Expo held May 3–6, 2010, in Long Beach CA, where “ifs” were largely replaced by “whens” as industry stakeholders and visionaries painted a positive picture of the future of hydrogen energy.

At this year’s conference, some of the brightest minds in the industry offered concrete projections and timelines for making hydrogen available to consumers on a massive scale.

Paving the way for more hydrogen and fuel cell development was the underlying message of the conference, which drew more than 1,500 attendees from across all sectors of the hydrogen and fuel cell marketplace. Many attendees were looking for ways to stake their claims in the evolving industry. “I think it’s critical to have a presence at this expo,” conference attendee William Mays of Ovonic Materials said, “not just to keep pace, but to make the business connections that you need. The new developments, the investors, the government people — they’re the most important factors in moving the technology forward — and this conference brings them all together, to really make hydrogen a commercially viable technology.”

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