The European fuel cell and hydrogen community will be brought together next month in Brussels to discuss the impact, achievements and strategic direction of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking’s (FCH JU) programme, as well as the latest developments in the sector.
Under the title ‘Racing towards a clean hydrogen economy’, the 2019 edition of the FCH JU Programme Review Days and Stakeholder Forum will take place on 19th to 21st November.
The Programme Review Days (PRD), held on 19th and 20th November in the Charlemagne Building of the European Commission, aim to give 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 while facilitating the exchange of ideas and best practices.
A number of 27 projects and 3 studies will be featured this year, gathered around the following sessions:
- Hydrogen for Sectoral Integration
- Fuel Cell Applications for Energy
- Fuel Cell Applications for Transport
- Support for Market Uptake
This year’s Stakeholder Forum – ‘Racing towards a clean hydrogen economy’ – will include panel discussions around the following themes:
- FCH JU: making an impact by accelerating innovation and securing competitiveness
- Market activation and synergies
- Growth and Jobs: making the most out of hydrogen’s potential
- Hydrogen at international scale
The conference will enjoy the participation of high-level representatives of the European Commission, national governments, European industry leaders and international organisations.
Registration for the PRD and Stakeholder Forum is open now and will close on 12th November (2019).