$quot;Hydrogen: Here and Now!$quot; shouts the theme of this years Hydrogen Expo US, and with the brightest and best of the hydrogen industry on display organisers promise you will be impressed.
Exhibits include the latest mobile hydrogen refueler and different types of onsite hydrogen generators, all of them designed to make the clean fuel available now. The exhibition runs from March 19 to 21 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, and is once again held as part of the National Hydrogen Association's (NHA) Annual Hydrogen Conference.
More than 90 exhibitors from nine countries will showcase the latest in hydrogen and fuel cell technology at the gathering which is committed to emission-free, domestically produced energy. In addition to hydrogen generation systems, other products currently available include gas compressors, fuel tanks, and safety equipment such as leak detectors.
Other highlights include BMW's Hydrogen 7 and DaimlerChrysler's B-Class F-Cell, which can give you a first glimpse of tomorrows technology . These cars have not yet made it into the dealers' showrooms, but they are part of the Expo's $quot;Ride & Drive$quot; attraction. This gives the media, conference delegates and expo visitors a great opportunity to test-drive one of the many hydrogen-fuelled vehicles from exhibitors such as BMW, DaimlerChrysler, General Motors, Honda, and Toyota.
Exhibitors at Hydrogen Expo US further include: Air Products, Areva, Ballard, California Fuel Cell Partnership, Chevron Technology Ventures, Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Network Northrhine-Westphalia, H2moves.eu, Hydrogen Power, Hydrogenics, Linde, Praxair, Proton Power Systems, Shell Hydrogen, South Carolina Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Alliance, Southwest Research Institute, and many more.
In addition to the Conference sessions available to registered delegates, free seminars offering hands-on information on new products, projects and initiatives are held inside the Expo hall. The Hydrogen Expo US Exhibitor Seminar Forum is open to all conference delegates and expo-only visitors on March 20 and 21, with presentations running from 10.30am to 4.00pm daily.