An event on FCH JU flagship projects: HyFIVE & H2ME The FCH JU funded projects H2ME and HyFIVE are two of the leading hydrogen initiatives in Europe which set the standard for and have accelerated the wider rollout of hydrogen technology. The technology can play a key role in meeting the EU’s agenda on air quality and climate change. This event brings together the most innovative European hydrogen initiatives in the transport sector. On Friday 22 September 2017 sector experts... Read more
JESS 2017 addresses these issues by offering high quality graduate level courses on selected topics of fuel cells, electrolyser, and battery technologies. This series of summer schools has been ongoing since 2004 and targets an audience of university students (MSc and PhD levels), and post-doctoral researchers. We also welcome more experienced researchers and engineers wishing to review these technologies and expand their general knowledge, for instance, to suit a newly acquired position or... Read more
The 7th Hydrogen Technology Convention together with the Czech Hydrogen Days 2017 will be held on 9- 12 July 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic. The next edition of the congress with the theme “The Future Might Be Closer Than You Think“ aims to offer a unique opportunity for sharing well-selected aspects on the latest evidence-based research findings and applications. The congress is a stimulating forum for professional development and establishing fruitful global and regional collaborations... Read more
Jointly organized by the FCH JU funded projects DIAMOND and HEALTH-CODE at European Fuel Cell Forum on 4th July 2017, this workshop will focus on the implementation and use of the technology beyond the project duration. Its objective is to exploit the technology in commercial means after the project ends. The workshop will summarize the progress towards the exploitation by industrial partners and potential customers. Mid-term results achieved by HEALTH-CODE... Read more
The 21st Conference in Series following on from 2013 and 2015 takes place on 4- 7 July 2017 is dedicated to: - Hydrogen -, Direct Alcohol -, Microbial - and Enzymatic Fuel Cells (PEFC, HTPEM, AFC, PAFC, DAFC, ADAFC; DMFC, DEFC, MBFC, EFC, ...) - Electrolyser including Hydrogen processing & purification and Hydrogen storage materials, theory & modelling. The forum is the top-quality exchange platform and bridge from Materials & Components to Applications and provides a... Read more
The FCH JU, in cooperation with the Port of Valencia and JRC, is organising a Workshop on Maritime applications in Valencia, Spain on 15- 16 June 2017. This event follows on from the previous workshop on Smart Specialisation held in 2015 in Lyon and takes a closer look at maritime and port applications, with a number of sessions centred around the issue of hydrogen and fuel cell applications for boats/ships, logistics and stationary applications, as well as some other aspects... Read more
This annual conference has been established to provide a platform for fuel cell and hydrogen researchers and industry to meet and discuss new developments, trends and deployment issues. This year's edition is taking place on 31 May- 1 June in Birmingham, UK.
The FCH JU has committed to work with regions and cities in developing business cases for fuel cells and hydrogen technologies. The commitment of the FCH JU to work with regions and cities will be implemented from 2017 by launching a study that will: assess the business cases for fuel cell and hydrogen applications that local authorities are seeking put them directly in touch with industry players help them map their local capabilities so that they can exploited in the... Read more
Since 2008 this workshop series has been taking place to bring together industry, research and academia active in the field of Fuel Cell System technology. The workshop is a joint activity between the University of Birmingham and the VTT-led System-Working Group of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Programme of EERA (European Energy Research Area) and is taking place on 16- 17 May in Bruges, Belgium.
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking (S2R JU) and Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Electro- Mobility in European Regions (HyER) have come together to organise a seminar on hydrogen trains on 15 May 2017. The seminar will analyse the opportunities that hydrogen fuel cells can bring to the rail industry and will look at passenger transport, freight and shunting or switching. Regulation and safety issue will also be a part of the program. The... Read more
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