Alternate Energy Technologies for Tomorrow
A focus on the recent developments in fuel cells

Date: Tuesday, July 12th, 2005 - note change in date
Time: Hors d'oeuvres and networking at 6:00 PM, program starts at 7:00 PM

Cost: $20 general admission, $10 for students with ID
Location: Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, Stanford University. For directions and map follow this link.

Energy is one of the most important global issues of the day with a tremendous impact on our lives. Efficient and cleaner methods of energy generation are two significant themes in the future of energy technologies. And as always, new developments in materials and processing technologies, including from nanotechnology, are critical enablers pushing this field forward.

Our first event in a series will focus on the recent developments in the area of fuel cells. Decades in the making, fuel cells are tantalizingly close to commercialization. They will enable new paradigms for power generation and consumption for commercial, residential, automotive and even mobile computing uses.

Please join us for this exciting evening with some of the recognized leaders in the world of fuel cells. They will discuss the various developments and demonstrated applications of fuel cells as well as the steps being taken for commercialization.

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