Collaborations, the progression of fuel cell technologies and cost competitiveness of fuel cell commercial vehicles were all key topics in the second half of the Canadian Plenary at the f-cell+HFC 2020 virtual event.
Following on from Joy Romero, Vice-President of Technology & Innovation at Canadian Natural Resources Limited, was Professor Alejandro Adem, President of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
“Welcome,” Adem said, “It is an exciting time for science and engineering research around the world. There are some unprecedented challenges that we are facing at the moment, as scientists and engineers from all fields are being called upon for their expertise.”
“In particular, clean energy and the environment are both topics of discussion as researchers, politicians and businesses assess how we can best take advantage of this historic moment to reshape our world.”
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