f-cell: Are we actually moving fast enough?

Day two of f-cell is underway in Stuttgart, Germany, as H2 View continues its coverage of one of the oldest international hydrogen and fuel cell trade events.

Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2020, f-cell is year being held in hybrid style with around 500 members of the hydrogen and fuel cell community attending in person at the grand 19th Century Haus der Wirtschaft, as well as participants also tuning in from around the world virtually amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Dr. David Hart, Director of E4tech, was the first speaker of day two. Under his presentation title A hydrogen wave is building. Can fuel cells surf it?, Hart discussed exactly how the industry is progressing through a number of strategies, announcements and technologies and the role fuel cells are playing, or need to play.

“This is the most exciting period that I have seen in my 25 years in the industry but nevertheless, I think we need to be cautious; we need to be careful that we don’t get over excited and we need to build the platform,” he enthused.

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