EFCF 2019 – Low-Temperature Fuel Cells, Electrolysers & H2 Processing – Fundamentals & Engineering Design
Recently, there has been remarkable progress in the wider commercialization of devices and technologies that use low-temperature fuel cells and electrolyzers. These technologies are strongly linked to hydrogen and its processing – which will be featured at the efcf 2019. The EFCF conference topics span the wide range of challenges, from fundamental understanding of the relevant materials as well as of the kinetics and mass/heat transport processes in operating cells, all the way to their implementation in real-world devices, requiring optimized engineering designs.
The 23rd edition of the EFCF will take place on 2-5 July 2019. The Forum has evolved since 2013 to the largest international event and leading meeting place in Europe dedicated to Hydrogen FC. It is an excellent platform for scientists, engineers and manufactures to present recent technical progress, industrial achievements and inventions from Europe and beyond. New contacts are established in the unique networking events, which allow a fruitful exchange on technology and business.
Technical Status and Achievements: The following companies have presented in the previous EFCF editions:
Automotive OEM: Audi, BMW, Daimler, Fiat, Hyundai, Honda, Nissan, Renault, Toyota
Electrolyser and Hydrogen Industry: AirLiquide, AREVA/Helion, Giner, Hydrogenics, IHT, ITM, Linde, NEL/Proton OnSite , Shell, Siemens
Grid Service Markets, OEM Status reports, International Project Meetings, Workshops, Industry Presentations, etc.
Chairs of the conference: Prof. Hubert A. Gasteiger & Prof. Aliaksandr Bandarenka, TUM Technical University of Munich