Strategic Alliances

Membership

The NFCRC is guided by Members who participate through the advisory committees and active participation in the tutorials, outreach, and research activities of the center.

The annual Membership fee supports the Educational and Outreach and Market Dynamic element of the center, student fellowships and seed funding for innovative research concepts. The recognition of participation adds measurably to the Member organization through the international visibility of the center, the opportunity for direct networking with the fuel cell technologies community, and the access to marketing and research information.

 

Member Benefits

  • The opportunity to participate in and guide NFCRC activities
    • A seat on the Technical Advisory Board
  • Access to an archive of non-proprietary data, reports, and documents
  • Technical and market insight through research and interactions
  • Access to beta testing and research projects
    • Opportunity to collaborate on joint research projects, beta testing
  • Priority enrollment, participation (presentation and/or instruction) and discounts in workshops, short courses and training events
  • Opportunity for participation in the International Colloquium &Cell Technology Institute (FCTI)
    • Presenting,exhibiting, discounted attendance
  • Access to NFCRC site visits and tours
  • Networking opportunity with member organizations and community at large
  • Free promotional opportunities for your organization through APEP (at the discretion of the member)
    • NFCRC Center presentations (murals, models, displays)
    • NFCRC Internet Clearinghouse
  • Opportunity to collaboratively advance fuel cells through joint research and development

How to apply for membership

Contact:

Will Decker
Director of Outreach
National Fuel Cell Research Center
University of California
Irvine, CA  92697-3550
949-824-1999 ext 11130
wd@nfcrc.uci.edu

 

 


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