Surfboards, beach balls and barbeque awaited more than 500 guests at UC Irvine’s reception for attendees of the
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Guests were invited to test drive a hydrogen powered fuel-cell vehicle called the GM HydroGen3, as well as receive specialized tours of the different fuel cell laboratories, including the Test Cell 132 - 25 Kilowatt Solid Oxide Fuel Cell System, Plug Power Inc.’s Fuel Cell Power System, and the Stuart Energy Station.
This is the first time the annual conference has taken place in
“We are extremely pleased to host fellow engineers here on our campus, said Nicolaos G. Alexopoulos, dean of The Henry Samueli School of Engineering. “ It is an honor to share our School and research facilities with this international technical community, and demonstrate all that UC Irvine has to offer in world-class research and education.”
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