Fuel Cell Forum Set For Oct. 5 In Flint: The NSF Great Lakes Energy Education Forum will bring top industry and academic experts together to share their knowledge on alternative energy with a focus on the progress of fuel cell development. The event is Friday, Oct. 5, at Mott Community College, hosted by Kettering University. This 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. forum is designed to engage multiple audiences, including industry leaders, education professionals and students from both high school and post-secondary institutions. The forum will include displays and activities such as a static display of various fuel cell vehicles and a GM Volt hybrid vehicle, fuel cell car and hydrogen bus rides, tour of Swedish Bio Gas Production facility using waste water for gas production and hands-on activities for students. Students (both high school and college) are free. Fee for professionals is $50. Speakers include James Warner, Director of Policy Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association; Gregory Kleen, Education Manager Department Of Energy-NREL; Jennifer Hamilton, Safety & Education Specialist, California Fuel Cell Partnership; and Jacquelyn Birdsall, Engineer, Advanced Powertrain, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. Register at this link. https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?llr=fiuybkkab&oeidk=a07e67jyjul71da756b For more information, contact: David Namenye at Kettering University, firstname.lastname@example.org.