Overcoming The Technical Challenges In The Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Sector

About the Event

The concept of hydrogen as a clean and renewable energy source is nothing new. However, a number of technical and economic challenges need to be overcome before hydrogen can be fully realized as a major contributor to reducing global carbon emissions. Hydrogen Technology Conference & Expo Europe is a solutions-driven forum that will discuss the development of new technologies to overcome these technical challenges and propel hydrogen into the mainstream for stationary and mobile applications.

This must-attend event will bring together the entire supply chain to discuss everything from technologies and solutions for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage, transport and infrastructure, as well as advanced design, testing amd development, manufacturing solutions and advanced materials for hydrogen fuel cells.

Why Attend?

Hear from industry experts about the latest in low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage solutions, development of a hydrogen infrastructure and next-generation solutions than can reduce manufacturing costs.

Gain the latest research in fuel cell design, advanced materials, manufacturing as well as test and development solutions.

Exchange knowledge and network with more than 400 senior-level engineers and hydrogen experts from the entire value chain.

Attend the co-located event dedicated to carbon capture technology – plus all attendees will gain access to all of the post-conference presentations from both events!

Meet the leading technology suppliers and find new engineering partners in the exhibition area.

Industries That Attend

Hydrogen Technology Conference & Expo will host more than 400 hydrogen and fuel cell experts from across the technical supply chain and from a wide range of end-user industries including:

  • Hydrogen producers
  • Fuel cell manufacturers
  • Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers
  • Raw materials providers
  • Engineering and technology solutions providers
  • Renewable energy companies
  • Oil and gas sector
  • Hybrid & electric vehicle manufacturers
  • Maritime sector
  • Heavy goods and commercial vehicle manufacturers
  • Energy storage companies
  • NGOs and research institutes
  • Test and evaluation organizations
  • Heating and industrial power
  • Heavy industry and manufacturing sectors

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