Last week the 43rd Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition (FCS&EE) took place at the Long Beach Convention Centre, hosting over 600 attendees from more than 30 countries.
Putting forward a jam-packed schedule across the three days, the FCS&EE showcased itself as a hub for industry professionals, researchers, stakeholders and customers, providing an opportunity to network, build new partnerships, and learn about the industry’s latest developments.
The event kicked off on Tuesday with a H2@Scale session at 1pm. Leading up to the event, the Department of Energy held a Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technical Advisory meeting on the Monday morning which lasted until the Tuesday lunch time. The meeting was open to the public if they wanted to attend.
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