Fuel Cells — The Next Generation for Sustainability

Thu Sep 26, 2019, Kamloops, BC


Canada is warming up faster than the rest of the world --
Fuel cells may represent the best strategy to counter these effects.

The School of Trades and Technology and Department of Sustainability, with the assistance of the Department of Research are pleased to invite you to an information session about the latest developments in Fuel Cell Technology.

Dr. K. Joel Berry is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering for 33 years and is the chief scientist/inventor of the globally patented GEIG-X5 Hybrid Fuel Cell electric power generator. He is recognized as an ASME Technical Fellow and is a registered Michigan Professional Engineer (P.E.). Dr. Berry is a scientist, entrepreneur, engineer, and inventor, and educates students and fellow engineers internationally in the area of fuel cell systems engineering, design, and environmental sustainability.

Dr. Berry is the CEO and Founder of GEI Global Energy Corp., the parent company for GEI Energy Solutions Inc., based in Vernon, BC.

Dr. K. Joel Berry P.E.;Leading Chief Scientist & Inventor

'Powering the future, today.'

Registration Required
September 26, 2019
9:00am - 2:00pm (lunch provided)
No Cost
Registration Required (Event or Webinar)

TRU’s Grand Hall (in the Campus Activity Center)
Refreshments Provided

Need Accommodations?
Get priority pricing at TRU’s New Rez. info (at) trurez.ca or 250 852-6296 (leave message)

Thompson Rivers University
805 TRU Way Kamloops, BC


For more information:

Contact Name: Elaine Gallacher
Website: http://www.geicanada.ca
Phone: 250 540 7476
E-mail: elaine (at) geicanada.ca

Additional Contacts & Websites:

Thompson Rivers University
Amie Schellenberg RSE; Electrical Instructor
Email: aschellenberg (at) tru.ca
TRU Trades and Technology
O: 250-377-6124


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