Industry experts, suppliers, customers, and government leaders from around the world are set to gather at f-cell+HFC 2020 in Vancouver, Canada, September 9 and 10, 2020, to discuss recent trends and innovations driving the demand for large-scale hydrogen refuelling stations and electric power-to-gas solutions as well as zero-emission hydrogen fuel cells for heavy-duty commercial port and logistical operations. The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Event is expected to receive attendees from the... Read more
The Joint European Summer School (JESS) was first organised in 2004 in Greece. By now, the Summer School has taken place 16 times with a total of over 700 students. Participants can select from seven individual course modules run in the two weeks: Week 1 offers three comprehensive introductions aimed at graduate and PhD students and young professionals within the fields of low and high temperature fuel cells and electrolysis, and in battery technology. Week 2 offers four advanced... Read more
The 10th EASN International Conference on “Innovation in Aviation & Space to the Satisfaction of the European Citizens” will be held from 2 to 4 September 2020. The aim of this digital event remains the same as on its previous in-person format, namely to be a high-quality scientific conference and at the same time a major European dissemination event. Further information will be published on the event's website.
The series – titled Hydrogen: Driven, not diminished – Maintaining Momentum in the Hydrogen Society – will look at the role of hydrogen in the clean energies transition and its importance in being a core part of the post-Covid economic recoveries around the world. The proposed panel comprises: - Claire Johnson, Hydrolytics - Martina Wettin, Nilsson Energy - Bart Biebuyck, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking - Rob Cockerill - host of this event, Gasworld  
For the first time in its 73-year history, Hannover Messe will hold a two-day digital event based around the key theme of industrial transformation. The lead theme describes the effects that the megatrends of individualization, climate protection and − more particularly − digitization are having on industry. HANNOVER MESSE Digital Days start on 14 July with exciting keynotes from business, science and politics as well as panel discussions, live chats, networking, and innovation presentations... Read more
On Friday July 10,from 14:00 - 16:00, H2Platform host their biannual 'network' event. The discussion will build around solutions to continue greening the energy supply after the corona crisis and the role hydrogen can play in the emission-free context. The following speakers confirmed their contribution: Coby van der Linde - Director Clingendael International Energy Program, Professor Geopolitics and Energy Management, University of Groningen; member of the RLi Els de Wit - Ministry... Read more
The concept of circular economy has gained significant prominence, becoming more widespread during the past decade. Taking into account the whole product life-cycle, circular economy offers an alternative model that promotes reuse, repair, refurbishment and recycling, recuperating rare raw materials and transforming waste into a resource. DEMOSOFC will be the protagonist of an online session hosted by the FORUM PA 2020: Circular economy: producing zero-emission energy from waste. The session... Read more
With the adoption of a national hydrogen strategy, the German government has committed itself to the pivotal importance of hydrogen for achieving the climate goals. Only by using hydrogen as an energy carrier, CO2 emissions can be reduced by 55% by 2030 and up to 95% by 2050 in all energy consumption sectors. With the hydrogen strategy as a central part of the German economic stimulus and future package (“Konjunktur- und Zukunftspaket”), the federal government is setting the course for the... Read more
Decarbonising the EU’s energy system and ramping up our renewable energy use are critical to reach climate objectives. The route to decarbonisation can take many forms, though biogas, biomethane and clean hydrogen are likely to feature in most of the pathways. The smart integration of renewables, energy efficiency and all possible sustainable solutions across sectors will help to achieve a cost-efficient decarbonisation and ensure the reliability and flexibility of the energy systems.... Read more
The Horizon 2020 QualyGridS research consortium is hosting the project's final workshop on qualifying test protocols for electrolysers to perform grid services. This virtual event will take place on Monday, June 29, from 13:00 to 15:00 CEST/UTC + 2 . Project's results The project developed new standardised qualifying testing protocols for electrolysers, which demonstrate that state-of-the-art low temperature electrolysers can perform grid balancing services (a.o. FCR, FRR and RR).... Read more