Saturday, April 17, 2010

H2Economy to Join Cambridge Panel on Hydrogen Fuel Cells...

A panel discussion featuring the president of a hydrogen fuel cell company from Armenia and two local counterparts will be held on April 29 from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Cambridge Public Library on 449 Broadway.

Titled “Fuel Cells and the Hydrogen Economy: Views from Armenia, the US, and Beyond” and sponsored by the Cambridge Yerevan Sister City Association, the event is part of the week-long Cambridge Science Festival organized by MIT, Harvard University, Cambridge public schools, the public library, WGBH, and the Museum of Science. Admission is free and the public is invited to learn about fuel cells.

Agassy Manoukian, the CEO of H2Economy in Armenia will describe innovative work being done by his company. Radha Jalan, the CEO of Boston-area ElectroChem, Inc., and Brad Bradshaw, the CEO of Hy9 Corporation, will describe their companies’ achievements in this field. Charles Myers, the president of Trenergi Corp. and interim president of the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition, will moderate the panel.

Accompanying Manoukian to Cambridge is another guest of CYSCA, science educator Gayane Poghosyan of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia. She will attend the events and meet with science educators in the Boston area.