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Hannover Messe 2011, the Hydrogen + Fuel Cell Group Exhibit

by ENrG
Thu, Apr 7th 2011 11:05 am

At a networking event organized by Fuel Cell Markets, John Olenick, ENrG President, was invited to present a short talk about ENrG Inc. and participate as a panel speake.

The Fuel Cell Markets Networking Hourwill provide a platform for networking and debate that will address the key challenges facing the fuel cell and hydrogen industry and the varying approaches to meeting these challenges. A panel of leading experts in their fields will present alternative views on the subject and the audience will be invited to present their questions and ideas in an open forum debate. The debate will be followed by an hour of networking with refreshments where speakers and participants can discuss the outcomes of the debates.
Thursday, April 7 from 4:00-5:00pm
SOFC - electrolyte-supported, anode-supported and tubular SOFC, implications for the system integrator and end user

  • Advantages of anode-supported SOFC - Elcogen AS, Enn Ounpuu, CEO
  • Advantages of electrolyte-supported SOFC - ENrG Inc., John Olenick, President
  • Advantages of tubular SOFC - eZelleron, Sachs Kuhn, CTO

 

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