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Hydrogen Technology Conference & Expo is a conference and exhibition dedicated exclusively to discussing advanced technologies for the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. The event will bring together the entire hydrogen value chain to focus on developing solutions and innovations for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage and distribution as well as applications in a variety of stationary and mobile applications. More than 65 international speakers and 400 attendees will come... Read more
The European Sea-Port Organisation will organise its annual conference between 25-28 May 2021. Following 16 successful editions, ESPO’s annual conference has become a meeting point for European port industry and transport policy makers. The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) and its project H2Ports will be presenting on 25 May, within the first day of the event, the FCH JU vision on hydrogen applications for ports and disseminate its project's results. What to experience... Read more
The 4th edition of the International Workshop on Degradation Issues of Fuel Cells and Electrolysers will take place this year from 30 September to 02 October in Corfu, Greece. Co-organised by FORTH/ICEHT, the University of Birmingham (UoB) and the Horizon 2020, FCH JU funded project - NewSOC, the event will cover different subjects: Durability requirements in Fuel Cell and Electrolyser applications Mechanisms limiting Fuel Cell or Electrolyser Durability... Read more
PRESLHY project on pre-normative research for safe use of liquid hydrogen is pleased to invite you to its concluding conference, which will address the potential impact of the project outputs on the international community working on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. Speakers from PRESLHY consortium will present the results of the outstanding research performed on the major phenomena associated to the release and dispersion of liquid and cryo-compressed hydrogen, the ignition of cryogenic... Read more
As the EU Green Deal prioritises buildings as a hard to decarbonise sector, hydrogen use to heat and power buildings is now a hotly debated topic. With annual renovation rates below 1% and more than 70% of heating in buildings supplied by old and inefficient boilers, accelerating building decarbonisation presents both challenges and exciting opportunities. In this Power & Heat Boost webinar, the role of hydrogen, as well as other renewable and decarbonised gases, to support the... Read more
To better facilitate hydrogen and fuel cell education and increase the general public’s exposure to the hydrogen economy, the E&O WG is establishing an IPHE E&O WG Early Career Chapter, intended to promote international H2FC awareness, connect members with peers, mentors and potential employers and launch a collaborative platform for the next generation of H2FC scientific researchers, industry experts and government leaders. The IPHE E&O WG Early Career and Chapter is envisioned as... Read more
The Hydrogen Days conference continuously attracts important players and stakeholders in the hydrogen technology sector and supports the international networking of specialists in the sector. A unique aspect of the Hydrogen Days conference represents its role in coordinating the activities in Central and Eastern Europe, i.e. in a region with an important space still open for first introduction of new hydrogen technologies. Rapid development in hydrogen technologies is recently accompanied by... Read more
Green hydrogen has become a cornerstone of Europe’s energy transition strategy. Technological and economic advances and explicit political and corporate support over the last two years have brought green hydrogen to the forefront of the energy and climate change agendas of many countries. Thus, green hydrogen is poised to play a crucial role in realising net zero-emissions energy systems envisioned by 2050 by these nations. Global Transmission Report, with support from REGlobal, is... Read more
Organised by the Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Association, the series of Hydrogen Territories Platform (HTP) webinars brings together speakers with the experience of developing, commissioning, and operating hydrogen projects in real life. The first webinar of 2021, taking place on Tuesday 23 March, from 15:00 – 16:00 CET, features three FCH JU-funded projects (BIG HIT, Heavenn and Green Hysland) and includes a great line-up of speakers who will provide experience and insights... Read more
After the successful launch in March 2020 which reached beyond expectations, the Sustainable Energy Council (SEC) will be organising once again the 2nd World Hydrogen Summit taking place virtually on 9-10 March 2021. At this second edition you can expect:         The World Hydrogen Awards         Bigger Governmental Presence         Heightened Focus on Hydrogen Industry Leaders... Read more
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