New sponsors announced for the 9th World Hydrogen Technologies Convention

New sponsors announced for the 9th World Hydrogen Technologies Convention

HTEC, Chart Industries and Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service will sponsor the World Hydrogen Technologies Convention (WHTC) on June 20 to 24.

HTEC has joined Cummins as a silver sponsor with Chart Industries and Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service set to join Ballard Power Systems, Hydro-Québec and Hydrogen Optimised as bronze sponsors.

At WHTC 2021, international attendees present technical findings and advancements in both hydrogen and fuel cells as well as participating in f-cell+HFC, the hydrogen and fuel cell event for marketing and networking.

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As premium sponsors, these industry leaders support the event’s stimulating scientific programme and strong industry platform.

The biannual international event to promote the exchange of ideas and cooperation on hydrogen related technologies and policies is hosted by the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) and the International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE).

Jillian Evanko, President and CEO of Chart Industries, said, “As a global hydrogen equipment manufacturer and provider of hydrogen liquefaction solutions, Chart Industries has created a vast knowledge of environmental solutions and market experience with various national hydrogen strategies, roadmaps and hydrogen hubs.

“We look forward to sharing our background in what the full carbon reduction value chain brings to WHTC through the workshop, plenary and Networking Hub.”

Sara Wilshaw, Canada’s Chief Trade Commissioner, said, “Canada is recognised globally as a leader in low-carbon and zero-emission hydrogen, and has developed leading technologies and industry expertise in the hydrogen and fuel cell sector.

“Canadian companies have established a competitive global position resulting from years of research, supply chain development and demonstration activities in this sector.

Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service connects Canadian companies with tailored introductions to international organisations looking for strategic procurement, investment, and innovation or education partnerships across Canada.

“We are proud to support this year’s WHTC | f-cell+HFC 2021 event and look forward to advancing Canada’s leadership in this industry.”

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