This is the case with the 2013 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit which is scheduled to take place in Berlin, Germany, on 30-31 October.
The theme of this year’s summit is “Economical and Infrastructural Support for a Sustainable Future Energy Carrier”. The event will have a heavy focus on techno-economic case studies of hydrogen and fuel cell technology initiatives/projects around the globe looking at the challenges & obstacles encountered in each project and how they are approached.
Key topics to be addressed include:
- Legal policy and safety status
- Global market overview
- Financial feasibility of hydrogen fuel cells
- Hydrogen production, storage and transportation
- Case studies: Technology deployment
- Technology case studies
- Commercialization of fuel cell vehicles: myth or reality
- Infrastructural development and challenges
The two-day event will bring together key industry stakeholders from all facets of the hydrogen economy, such as hydrogen producers and suppliers, fuel cell and hydrogen storage companies, automotive OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), component manufacturers and industrial end-users, utilities, government officials and regulators, to name but a few.
The conference, which will comprise a series of presentations by senior industry executives and experts, as well as panel discussions, will be a great networking opportunity for anyone active in the hydrogen and fuel cell sector.
Programme and registration
As of 21 June and until the event date, IEC participants benefit from a 15% rebate on the registration fee.
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The programme can be downloaded here