Events

FC EXPO is world's largest show for hydrogen & fuel cells, a leading international exhibition showcasing various technologies, components, materials, devices and finished fuel cells for hydrogen and fuel cell R&D and manufacturing. The event will take place between 27 February  - 1 March 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.  
The HPEM2GAS consortium is organising a final project event on 12 February 2018 in Emdem, Germany.  Distributed energy generation using renewable power sources and advanced energy storage technologies are of paramount importance for the future energy system. Hydrogen will assume in the future increased environmental and societal relevance in addressing energy issues, pollution and global warming.   The HPEM2GAS project is developing a low cost PEM electrolyser optimised for... Read more
The first internal technical meeting of the European project “H2PORTS - Implementing Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technologies in Ports” is being held in Valencia on 5 February. This project is coordinated by Fundación Valenciaport in close collaboration with the Port Authority of Valencia, and is funded by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) programme. The main aim of H2PORTS is to provide efficient solutions that will facilitate a rapid transition from a fossil fuel-based... Read more
The Call for Proposals 2019 was published on 15 January 2019. On this occasion, the FCH JU will hold its annual Info Day on Tuesday 29 January 2019. The Info Day is an opportunity for potential participants to receive further insights into the description of the topics and rules for participation for the 2019 call for proposals, and benefit from networking opportunities. The morning part of the Info Day will be dedicated to presentations of the FCH JU Programme Office, NCP, IPR... Read more
The 9th meeting of the Regions and Cities initiative will be organised on 16 January 2019 in Brussels. It will take place from 10:30- 12:30.  If you wish to attend the meeting, you must register on- line.  After your registration, you will receive a confirmation e- mail. Please print this e-mail and bring it with you to the meeting. Please register on- line only if you are sure to participate in the meeting in person.  
With European cities driving the decarbonisation of transport, urban heating and cooling, industries and services forward, the workshop will focus on how FCH technologies as a 100% clean alternative to diesel-based generator equipment can support cities in reaching their climate and energy targets, reduce emissions and noise and increase air quality. This workshop will offer: an understanding of how hydrogen gensets can be a viable alternative to diesel generators a platform to... Read more
    Where: ​Kyiv, Ukraine The high-level forum is co-organised by the European Commission Directorate-General for Energy and Ukrainian stakeholders: Ukraine's Parliament's (Verkhovna Rada) energy committee, the State Agency on energy efficiency and energy saving on Ukraine, and Ukraine's energy think-tank, Dixi Group. The forum aims to share the EU and worldwide experience in developing the market for renewable energy and... Read more
Complying with legal and administrative requirements when deploying hydrogen technologies can be cumbersome and time-consuming. In response to these difficulties, the HyLaw project has analysed rules, obligations and legislative provisions covering more than 60 different administrative processes in 18 European countries. The HyLaw EU workshop will tackle some of the most pressing legal and regulatory barriers associated with the deployment of hydrogen technologies in the EU. With a... Read more
The German National Innovation Programme Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NIP) is organising its General Assembly on 5 and 6 December 2018 in Berlin. The focus of the event will be on market activation, technology and product development. The NIP General Assembly provides German and international players from industry, research and politics an ideal forum for networking and professional exchange. The event will present an overview of the... Read more
As part of the High V.LO-City project  three fuel cell electric buses and their hydrogen refuelling infrastructure are deployed in the city of Sanremo. The High V.LO-City project aims at facilitating the deployment of fuel cell electric buses and their related hydrogen refuelling infrastructure in European cities. The Sanremo site will officially be launched by the Mayor of Sanremo, Alberto Biancheri.
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