The world’s hydrogen and fuel cell community will gather in Vancouver, Canada next April to address hydrogen’s role in a clean energy future at the f-cell+HFC 2020 conference and trade fair.
For the second year in a row, the two events are combining for two days of discussion, debate and networking at the Vancouver Convention Centre, on 1st and 2nd April 2020.
Organisers said the conference is projected to be the largest of its kind nationwide, with attendees from the hydrogen and fuel cell sectors, industry, government and academia.
f-cell+HFC 2020 is designed to accelerate the fight against climate change by connecting international industry executives with senior government leaders, investors and researchers to:
- Accelerate and scale-up projects that can economically produce infrastructural hydrogen,
- Integrate hydrogen fuel transport and storage options such as power-to-gas,
- Identify paths to support the near-term demand for increased hydrogen fuel cell use in commercial industrial applications such as forklifts, heavy-duty trucks and buses, marine and building applications.
Held under the patronage of the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) and the Peter Sauber Agency (f-cell), the 2020 f-cell+HFC’s interactive business platform will serve to facilitate participant engagement around the use of hydrogen, as an energy vector and fuel cells.
Participants will be able to build their networks through a range of plenaries, conference sessions and workshops, while viewing the latest products and services in the International Trade Fair.
For more information or to register for the event, visit https://hyfcell.com/.