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Posted: April 11, 2007
Energy symposium to pave the road to a hydrogen economy
(Nanowerk News) With the continued rising cost and demand for oil and gasoline, international leaders will come to Purdue University to share ideas and information on how to end global dependence on fossil fuels and move to a hydrogen economy.
The prospect will be showcased on Thursday and Friday (April 12-13) during the second Hydrogen Initiative Symposium, sponsored by Purdue's Energy Center at Discovery Park. The symposium will take place in the university's Stewart Center.
The conference will feature lectures, presentations and a poster session dealing with the various aspects of hydrogen generation, storage and utilization. Topics at the symposium will range from nanotechnology to findings in environmental sciences and societal implications.