The Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition is the perfect venue to network with industry colleagues, present and future customers, and potential business partners.
This year's show will include a fully-integrated mobile app to elevate the attendee and exhibitor experience with regards to networking and navigation of the event.
There are also several exclusive sponsorship opportunities available. Information on pricing and benefits can be found here. Custom sponsorship packages are also available.
Opening Welcome Reception
On Tuesday, November 7, from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm, the Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition will kick off with a "Welcome Reception" in the Exhibit Hall, located in Hall A of the Long Beach Convention Center.
Supply Chain Exchange Event
This unique opportunity, hosted by the Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition, the Advanced Power and
Energy Program at the University of California, Irvine, the National Renewable Energy
Laboratory, and the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, is the most efficient and effective way to meet with suppliers or integrators, connect with business partners, and explore new business opportunities. A needs and capabilities grid will be sent in advance to each participant, to effectively be matched with multiple, relevant business partners for 8-10 minute appointments that guarantee one-on-one time with the fuel cell system manufacturers and developers, and allowing you to present your company's capabilities and value proposition. The Supply Chain Exchange is included in your Seminar registration or exhibitor fee.
Wednesday, November 8, there will be a networking reception and Technical Poster display held in the Exhibiit Hall.
On Thursday, November 9, from 6 pm until 8 pm, the Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition will hold a Gala Banquet at the Federal Bar, a unique and upscale gastropub, located at 102 Pine Avenue, just a short walk from the Long Beach Convention Center and Renaissance Hotel.
This historic landmark was built in 1924 as the Long Beach headquarters for the Security Trust and Savings Bank of Los Angeles, later becoming the Security Pacific National Bank building.
Exclusive Sponsorship of this event is available.