The annual FCH-JU Stakeholder Forum brings together the key players from European Fuel Cell and Hydrogen community to discuss the role of fuel cells and hydrogen in the energy and transport sectors and beyond. This conference also provides opportunities for information exchange and general networking among participants.
This conference will bring together students and early career researchers working on hydrogen and fuel cells, to present the progress and challenges in their respective areas of research. An additional feature for this year, is keynote talks from alumni of the fuel cell DTC and CDT where they will share their experience and career after the PhD.
Join this important symposium with distinguished researchers, industrialists and policy makers presenting their vision for hydrogen and fuel cells globally and be part of the discussions for shaping the future of the sector in the UK. H2FC SUPERGEN is holding this conference to create a vision for hydrogen and fuel cells in the UK bringing together the entire hydrogen and fuel cell research community, inspiring collaboration and driving innovation.
ESCS2019 brings together key industry figures to focus on the future of energy storage in the UK; covering practical examples of storage that are currently being deployed and how they integrate into a broader network of connected systems including smart buildings, grids and electric vehicle infrastructure.
ACI’s 2019 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit will focus on maximizing commercial opportunities and partnerships in the renewable hydrogen & fuel cells industry. This two day event will bring together key industry stakeholders from all facets of the hydrogen industry to discuss the required economical and infrastructural innovations for a sustainable future energy carrier. The key discussions will involve monetisation, latest technologies implementations, material optimisation, production and transportation.
The 15th International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference will look at all aspects of the commercialisation of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell sector with presentations from policy makers , companies operating in this sector and also users of the technology.
All-Energy’s mission is to enable the UK renewable energy community to interact, conduct business, network and learn, whether face-to-face or online. Annually in Scotland All-Energy connects 300+ energy suppliers, developers, investors, technology developers and policy makers with 7,000+ energy industry buyers.
The FCH JU Programme Review Days provide an overview on the progress of the FCH JU funded projects. It constitutes an excellent visibility platform for the projects and the technological developments achieved in the sector, and provides networking opportunities for the participants.
The UK workshop for the FCH-JU2 supported HyLaw project will identify the legal and regulatory barriers to the deployment of fuel cells and hydrogen applications. This workshop will be interactive, seeking to identify application related best practices and combine UK industry experience with regulatory and legal issues across the spectrum of hydrogen and fuel cell activities such as zoning, permitting and approvals, grid connections, and safety case assessment.
This one day conference will look at the current and potential use of hydrogen and fuel cells as a zero emission fuel and energy source for the port and maritime industries. It is being organised by European Policy Solutions with the support of the University of Hull.
The FCH JU is actively working with European regions and cities on deployment of fuel cell and hydrogen (FCH) based products to help them achieve their decarbonisation goals. The FCH JU established the Regions and Cities Initiative to identify the most promising early market business cases, and almost 100 regions and cities are now signed up to the Memorandum of Understanding.
Hydrogen presents an exciting opportunity to help achieve the global energy transition to a low carbon economy. With its history of innovation and technology development for the oil and gas industry, Scotland could be at the forefront of this transition creating new opportunities for businesses.
This complimentary one-day conference will explore the vision and opportunity for hydrogen as well as its production and applications. Adele Lidderdale from Orkney Islands Council will present on the Surf n Turf and BIG HIT projects, as well as the next steps with ITEG and the HySeas III hydrogen ferry.
The International Conference on Marine Renewable Energy and Maritime Hydrogen Technology will provide the latest updates on technology, policies, projects and business cases within the subsea, marine renewable energy and maritime hydrogen industries.
The 10th Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Conference annual conference takes place on Wednesday 26th September 2018 in Dundee, one of Scotland’s most vibrant cities. This one day conference will showcase hydrogen and fuel cell applications and their deployment as efficient and integrated low emission energy systems.
SHFCA members and delegates will hear expert speakers during sessions on international trade and partnerships, and how hydrogen and fuel cells can be the smarter choice in Heat, Power, and Transport for low carbon deployments. The underpinning themes will be use of high efficiency fuel cells for clean power and hydrogen as the clean energy vector, and how these can both support the delivery of Scotland’s new Energy Strategy and Climate Plan.
The Joint European Summer School JESS 2018 offers graduate level courses on selected topics of fuel cells, electrolyser, and battery technologies. This series of summer schools has been ongoing since 2004 and targets an audience of university students (MSc and PhD levels), and post-doctoral researchers. More experienced researchers and engineers wishing to review these technologies and expand their general knowledge, for instance, to suit a newly acquired position or collect credits for a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) scheme are welcome as well.
The WORLD HYDROGEN ENERGY CONFERENCE is the opportunity for international and Brazilian communities to strengthen their global efforts on the path to sustainability. The dissemination of knowledge on hydrogen energy will foster the interest for the new scientific and technological activities.
The official opening of the FCH-JU funded BIG HIT project takes place in Kirkwall, the Orkney Islands, Scotland on Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th May 2018. This will be a high profile event to celebrate the official opening of the BIG HIT project as it moves into the operational phase. The hydrogen project activities in the Orkney Islands include the Surf ‘n’ Turf (0.5MW) and BIG HIT project (1MW) both using constrained wind energy to produce green hydrogen by electrolysis of water. The BIG HIT project has been recognised as one of the leading ‘Hydrogen Valleys’ projects for Europe.
The 14th International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Conference will focus on the commercialisation of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell technology looking at small and large scale static applications alongside the exciting developments in transport and storage.
This two-day in-depth conference programme and expo is a unique opportunity to hear from over 40 industry leading speakers and meet energy storage suppliers. Join attendees from utility companies, banks, project developers, regulatory authorities and technology providers.
This two day event will bring together key industry stakeholders from all facets of the hydrogen industry to discuss the required economical and infrastructural innovations for a sustainable future energy carrier. The key discussions will involve monetisation, latest technologies implementations, material optimisation, production and transportation.
The H2FC SUPERGEN is holding its 2017 Researcher Conference from midday 11th Dec – midday 13th Dec 2017 at the University of St-Andrews. Join the most significant annual gathering of international hydrogen and fuel cell researchers in the United Kingdom.
The 2017 Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) Programme Review Days are taking place at Steigenberger Wiltcher’s Hotel, 71 Avenue Louise, 1050 Brussels, Belgium on Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th November 2017.
More information for the Programme Review Days will follow on the FCH JU website: http://www.fch.europa.eu/
The 2017 Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Conference will be held in Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city. The venue is the superb Strathclyde Technology Innovation Centre, and this year’s theme is Low carbon Energy Systems with Hydrogen & Fuel Cells.
The conference sessions will showcase the pivotal role for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in delivering low carbon integrated power, heat, and mobility. the opening keynote will be given by the Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, Paul Wheelhouse MSP.
During the two days this premier conference event will:
· Showcase innovation and best practice in deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies
· Highlight the importance of partnership working and international collaboration within our growing sector
· Present current thinking and future trends across our industry, with significant networking opportunities
· Include an entertaining and stimulating evening conference dinner on evening of Weds 11th October
The 9th SHFCA Annual Conference programme will again bring together all of the delegates and invited expert speakers. The event will explore the opportunities for deployment of hydrogen and fuel cells, and identify opportunities to deliver the low carbon energy system transition.
This event is a partnership between the European Commission’s Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, and the EU’s flagship hydrogen projects: HyFIVE and H2ME. Hydrogen for Clean Transport will showcase the advances made by hydrogen technology in the transport sector and demonstrate its readiness for widespread commercialisation in Europe and beyond.
The inaugural Clean Energy for EU Islands forum will take place on 22 September in Chania, Crete. It will mark the launch of the Clean Energy for All European Islands Initiative. This aims to help the EU's islands reduce their high energy costs, reinforce energy security, boost renewables uptake, and use more innovative energy technologies.