|To: William Marsh who wrote (94)||5/6/2001 8:43:16 PM|
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|>Too bad we can't create notes, additional fields and links associated with the portfolio - we could get some collaberative research going.<|
If SI enabled people to write full HTML code we could do that. As it is you can put as many useful links as you want in the thread header but if it gets too big people get bored with having to get past it.
Early Markets For Stationary Fuel Cells; Be 99.9999% Ready for the Future!
NEW YORK, May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Early Markets for Stationary Fuel Cells srinstitute.com Seattle, May 21-22, 2001, will be dedicated solely to stationary fuel cells and their potential markets. The focus will be on the spreading East/West Coast energy crises and what that may bring to the FC companies in the future. Other topics include:
Standards: What has to happen to make the fuel cell economy work?
Hydrogen Economy: How do we make the infrastructure work?
Markets and Channels: What are the applications and the likely
channels? What do customers want?
SOFC: Where are they today? What can we expect?
Financing: Who will finance the development? What are investors looking for?
Projection of the emerging residential fuel cell market
Assessing reliability of various technologies targeting residential users
Speaker faculty will, among others, include: Jerry Leitman, CEO, FuelCell Energy, Barry Glickman, CEO, GE MicroGen; George McNamee, Chairman; Plug Power; Frank Gibbard, CEO, HPower; Chip Schroeder, CEO, Proton Energy, Venki Raman, Air Products and Chemicals, Jeff Harvey, Chevron, and representatives of CIBC, Merrill Lynch, Siemens Westinghouse and Southern California Edison.
Chairman of this conference will be Hans Kobler, Vice President of General Electric Equity.
Representatives of all leading fuel cell companies and investment community are expected. Exhibition of the latest developments in fuel cell technology will also take place.
For further information or to request a brochure please contact Branko Milicevic, at Strategic Research Institute, by mail at 333 7th Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10001-5004; by phone at 212-967-0095, ext. 239; by fax at 212-967-7973 or 7974; by e-mail at email@example.com, or simply log on srinstitute.com