The Hydrogen Energy Center holds general membership
meetings (which are open to the public) four times per year. The
meetings are held on the second Thursday in January, April, July, and
October. These meetings occur from 6 - 8:30pm. The public is welcome to
attend. The meetings are held at the McClellan House at Bowdoin College
in Brunswick, ME (unless otherwise noted). General driving directions
are below. If you have a specific question before attending, please contact us.
Take I-295 to exit 28 (formerly 22). This exit becomes Pleasant St., which is also Route 1. Go through 3 stoplights and the road becomes one way after the third light. At the 4th light, turn right onto Union St. After a couple of blocks, you cross a set of RR tracks and the building is immediately on the left. Park in the rear and enter through the rear door. The conference room is on the left. The door locks at 6:00 pm so we should get there just before that time and prop the door open for each other. In case of a lockout, call security at 725-3314.
Take Rt. 1 south to Brunswick. Turn left onto Pleasant Street (one-way) when Route 1 meets Pleasant St. (Traffic light & Cumberland Farms on the right). At the next light, turn right onto Union St. After a couple of blocks, you cross a set of RR tracks and the building is immediately on the left. Park in the rear and enter through the rear door. The conference room is on the left. The door locks at 6:00 pm so we should get there just before that time and prop the door open for each other. In case of a lockout, call security at 725-3314.
Occasionally, the HEC holds events on the John Mitchell Center.
Thursday, January 10, 2013 6:00-8:30 PM .
December Public Meeting
Thursday, December 13, 6:00-8:30 .
Hydrogen Energy Center Directors
McClellan Building, Brunswick, ME
We'll receive the first reports from our newly formed committees on fuel cell and hydrogen use in 1) Combined Heat & Power 2) Utility Scale Wind Power Storage 3) the Pulp and Paper/Biomass Industry and 4) warehouse and road vehicles and their refueling.We'll also hear the first report of our third year activities as a subcontractor to the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technologies under its SBA-funded Northeast Electrochemical Storage Cluster business development project.
Simultaneous, live, interactive video-conference sessions by leading firms in the hydrogen energy industry
Presented at University of Maine facilities in Portland, Lewiston, Orono (2 locations) and Presque Isle.Recent advances put commercial fuel cell and hydrogen energy systems squarely into the marketplace.
Participants joined leaders in the fuel cell industry to explore key applications in Maine –
Continuing education credits were available for some professions.
Video/audio recordings of the four workshop sessions can be accessed by clicking on the URLs below.