European Hydrogen Week will return later this year, bringing together policymakers, industry representatives, civil society organisations and the research community to discuss the latest developments at EU level in the hydrogen sector.
The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) yesterday (24th March) confirmed the return of the landmark week, confirming dates of 29th November to 3rd December.
“At this stage, we envisage a hybrid event; however, the final format will be decided closer to the date, in line with the latest government health recommendations,” FCH JU said in a statement.
Once again, the European Hydrogen Forum, the FCH JU Programme Review Days and the FCH JU Awards will all take place throughout the week. The event will also ark the public launch of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership – as the successor of the FCH JU.
A key event for the hydrogen sector, European Hydrogen Week is set to bring some great news. Last year saw major announcements made at various speaker sessions, including Hydrogen Europe President Valérie Bouillon-Delporte unveiling plans to deploy 100,000 hydrogen-powered trucks, and 1,000 hydrogen stations to serve these trucks, by 2030.
This story, and more, were brought to you by H2 View as the news broke, and we intend to do the same this year. Already planning for this landmark event, we hope to bring plenty of exclusives, interviews and coverage – keep an eye out!
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