Brokerage event aims to boost innovation in fuel cell technology

May 29, 2003

Brussels, 28 May 2003

An international brokerage event organised by the Austrian innovation relay centre (IRC), aimed at sparking a new wave of innovation in the fuel cell technology sector, will take place in Wels, Austria on 12 and 13 June.

The partnering event will focus on applications of fuel cell technology in the automotive and vehicle industry, power generators and climate control. The list of participants includes companies from as far away as Nigeria and China.

A catalogue of technology offers has already been put together, showcasing offers from Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.

Participants will also hear presentations from experts in fuel technologies.

For further information, please visit:
http://www.fuel-cell-net.at

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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