The 2005 European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications is the first of a series of events of the EFC organization. EFC originates from the worldwide need of grouping together academia, industry, and governmental representatives involved in fuel cell development.

In order to satisfy this necessity, the University of Perugia, the Italian Agency for the New Technologies and the Environment (ENEA), and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) teamed together and realized the European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Conference (EFC05) that took place in Rome on December 14–16, 2005.

About 500 attendees represented all the countries involved in fuel cell development: delegates from China, India, Japan, Korea, United States of America, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, and most of the European countries took part in the event.

The European Commission, DG-RTD, and the main Italian Ministries endorsed the event.

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