'Investing in Future Transport' at City Hall, London
ITM Power (AIM: ITM), the energy storage and clean fuel company, is pleased to announce its participation in 'Investing in Future Transport' at City Hall, London and to provide an update regarding its forthcoming business development activities at 16 major international events in the next 3 months.
On Thursday 16th August, ITM Power will be attending the high level conference, 'Investing in Future Transport' at City Hall, London. ITM Power's CEO Dr Graham Cooley will deliver a keynote presentation and the Company will also be showcasing HFuel, the on-site hydrogen generation station alongside Hyundai and their ix35 fuel cell vehicle which will be available for ride and drives.
The conference will be chaired by journalist and TV presenter, Quentin Willson and the event is supported by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson and it will incorporate the Future Transport Challenge, which will showcase innovation in transport and highlight investment opportunities in the sector. Investors and transport industry professionals in City Hall - London's Parliament building - will hear from speakers including:
Deputy Major of London
Dr Graham Cooley
CEO, ITM Power
Dr Sae Hoon Kim
Principal Engineer, Hyundai Motor Company & Kia Motors Corporation
Co-founder, Williams Formula 1
Dr Dominic Emery
Chief Development Officer, BP Alternative Energy
Javier de Rocafort
Chairman, Quimera Project
MD, Ford European Research Center
Norman Baker MP
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport
Dr Peter Bonfield
Chief Executive, BRE
The conference will set the scene for the transport fuels of the future with a number of sessions throughout the day, including: The Future Fuels, Future Engineering, City Transport and Infrastructure, Future Markets and Innovation in Motor Sport. You can register to attend this event here: http://futuretransport.eventbrite.com/ or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
To keep up-to-date with the company's events and presentations, please see our events calendar: http://www.itm-power.com/news-media/events/ or follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ITMPowerPlc
Dr Graham Cooley, CEO, Presenting on 11th Oct, 10.30 "Hydrogen: Energy Storage for Renewable Power"
IGEM Conference: 'Hydrogen - Untapped Energy?' 18th October, Dexter House, Tower Hill, London
Dr Graham Cooley, CEO, Presenting "Energy Storage using Hydrogen"
5th Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Drive 'n' Ride; 23rd- 24th October, European Parliament, Strasbourg
ITM Power Showcase
The Institution of Engineering and Technology, Fuel Cell & H2 seminar; 6th November, London
Dr Graham Cooley, CEO, presenting Keynote presenting "Energy Storage | Clean Fuel"
The Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment Invited Seminar, 13th November, University of Bath
Dr Graham Cooley, CEO, presenting "Energy Storage: The Case for Hydrogen"
Workshop: "Hydrogen - a competitive energy storage medium to enable the large scale integration of renewable energies" 15-16th November, Sevilla
Dr Graham Cooley, CEO attending
About ITM Power
ITM Power plc was admitted to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in 2004 and raised its initial funding of £10m gross in its IPO. A further funding round of £28.5m was completed in 2006. The Company has now made the transition from a research and development company to a product manufacturer and technology provider. The Company has both a strong base of intellectual property and engineering expertise for providing complete hydrogen solutions. The Company has been successful in developing strategic industry partnerships in the following projects:
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