Nominations for f-cell Award invited

May 13, 2004

Brussels, 12 May 2004

Nominations are now open for the 'f-cell Award', which recognises innovative fuel cell technology with a potential for practical application.

The competition, run by the Stuttgart Region's Economic Development Corporation, the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Environment and Transport and the DaimlerChrysler Corporation, is open to companies, scientific organisations and individuals.

The winner of the 'f-cell Award Gold' will receive 15,000 euro, while the total prize money will amount to 30,000 euro.

Prizes will be awarded at the f-cell conference, to take place in Stuttgart on and 28 September, which will be complemented by an excursion on 29 September.

For further information on the f-cell award, please consult the following web address:

For further information on the conference, please visit:

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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