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.

Reasons To Attend This Year’s Event

See The Latest Hydrogen Technology

Hydrogen Technology Expo is the must-attend event for anyone looking to find the latest technologies and solutions for Europe’s rapidly emerging hydrogen economy. Meet new suppliers, as well as some of the biggest names in the industry who will be demonstrating the very latest technology, solutions, materials, components, test & evaluation tools, and engineering capabilities to help accelerate your next project.

Hear From 100+ Expert Speakers

Hydrogen Technology Conference will feature more than 100 speakers and involve more than 400 participants from a wide range of industries. The conference sessions and topics will focus on technical and R&D solutions to develop and overcome some of the main barriers to hydrogen and fuel cell adoption in Europe. Targeted tracks and sessions will fall under the main categories of clean hydrogen production, storage solutions, infrastructure development, and fuel cell design, development, and manufacturing.

Expand Your Network

The conference and the exhibition area offer the perfect opportunity to make new industry connections, as well as rekindle existing relationships. Download our event app and attend the dedicated networking sessions and find new business partners, arrange meetings with our sponsors and exhibitors, and expand your social network with new companies joining the growing hydrogen industry in Europe.

Get The Latest Research on Fuel Cells

Current hydrogen fuel cells have many disadvantages vs lithium-ion batteries, but there are also many advantages too. Hydrogen Technology Conference will feature a 2-day conference dedicated to exploring the technical and engineering challenges or hydrogen fuel cells, as well as overcoming manufacturing and economic challenges that could see fuel cell technology become the primary option for many mobile and stationary applications such as aircraft, shipping, commercial vehicles, space and UAV tech, and remote locations.

Free Exhibition Entry

Attend the main exhibition hall free of charge. Since 2019 there have been many exciting developments within the European hydrogen sector. The exhibition is the best place to come and see all the latest updates. Register online now for your free exhibition pass and we will keep you up-to-date with all the latest show news and industry developments.

Co-Located with Carbon Capture Technology Conference & Expo

CCS technology is tipped as one of the most exciting technologies to help dramatically cut carbon emissions over the next decade and will also be used to help create low-carbon hydrogen. Carbon Capture Technology Conference & Expo will take place alongside the Hydrogen Technology Expo with a dedicated exhibition area and its own dedicated conference. Your conference pass will allow you access to all conference sessions and post-event proceedings from both events.

Industries in Attendence Include

Hydrogen Technology Conference & Expo will host more than 1,500 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
Oil & Gas
Energy & Utilities
Heavy Industry
Steel
Process Industries
Petrochemicals
Industrial Engineering
Offshore Energy
Pipeline Operators
Automotive

Rail

Industrial Vehicle

Maritime 

Aerospace

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