European Fuel Cell Forum 2011, 28 June to 1 July 2011 – Lucerne, Switzerland

When: 28 Jun - 1 Jul, 2010

The European Fuel Cell Forum 2011 will be a highlight of the European fuel cell year. This time all fuel cells – PEFC, DMFC, AFC, PAFC, MCFC and SOFC, including hydrogen production and storage – will be featured. The topics will range from material to systems and FC&H demonstrations including hydrogen infrastructure.

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