Hydrogen Week 2024 will bring together stakeholders from across the UK to celebrate and promote the role of hydrogen to deliver net zero. There are plenty of ways you can get involved during Hydrogen Week whether you’re a big business, a local community group or even a school. You could hold a hydrogen focused event or webinar; have a day devoted to learning about hydrogen in your school; announce a new hydrogen project; or do a roadshow with your hydrogen vehicle.
In March 2024 the Institute of Mechanical Engineers will host the fourth annual Engineering Challenges in the Hydrogen Economy conference. This will provide engineers with a platform to discuss common engineering challenges, applications, and strategies.
IDRIC’s third annual conference is free to attend for everyone working towards the collective goal of accelerating industrial decarbonisation across the UK’s clusters and beyond. Get ready for two days filled with inspiring talks, networking opportunities, interactive workshops and exhibits.
The 7th edition of ACI’s Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit will be taking place on the 3rd & 4th April 2024 in Valencia, Spain. The two-day event will bring together key industry stakeholders from hydrogen producers and suppliers, fuel cell companies, automotive OEMs, hydrogen storage companies, technology providers, component manufacturers & industrial end-users, financial stakeholders and investors, service providers, government officials & regulators, sustainability mobility technology providers and others.
All-Energy is the UK’s largest low carbon energy and full supply chain renewables event and offers unrivalled opportunities to meet, network and make new connections. Over 10,000 participants from across the renewable energy community are expected to gather at the SEC in Glasgow for two days of uninterrupted business at the next live edition of All-Energy & Dcarbonise on 15-16 May 2024.
From 2024 Cenex Expo at the UTAC Millbrook Proving Ground will build on the legacy of Cenex-LCV & CAM. Cenex Expo will stimulate ideas and showcase technology, bringing together the people who will deliver the net zero and connected automated mobility future.
hy-fcell 2024 international Expo and Conference offers an ideal platform for experts and newcomers alike to connect and establish sustainable business relationships. hy-fcell consists of an English speaking conference with interactive plenaries and workshops, and a free to attend international trade fair. hy-fcell at Messe Stuttgart is located next door to Stuttgart airport, just 400 metres walk.
Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe is a must-attend conference and exhibition that is exclusively dedicated to discussing advanced technologies for the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. The event will bring together more than 300 international speakers and over 15,000 attendees from across the entire hydrogen value chain to focus on developing solutions and innovations for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage and distribution as well as applications in a variety of stationary and mobile applications.
SHFCA2024 Hydrogen Scotland will take place over two days at the Hilton Hotel, starting with breakout sessions and Awards Dinner on Tuesday 29 October followed by the main conference sessions on Wednesday 30 October. We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow.
Visitors to European Hydrogen Week will have access to multiple conference streams to deep dive into all things hydrogen - from industry trends, challenges and opportunities, innovation, new technology, and more. Participants will be able to navigate from session to session, as well as take part in captivating and interactive demonstrations on our exhibition floor and get a taste of what the future clean energy system will look like - with plenty of time for unmatched networking with like-minded individuals.
Hyvolution is Europe’s largest international trade show dedicated to the hydrogen sector. In 2023 it attracted almost 8000 visitors and hosted over 400 exhibition stands. Hyvolution 2024 offers a unique hub in Europe for business meetings and high-level conferences. Hyvolution brings together all the players in the hydrogen ecosystem, spanning production, applications and associated services and focusing on three key markets: transport, energy and industry.
European Hydrogen Week is the biggest annual event dedicated to hydrogen with a series of great events all around hydrogen.
The week sees a common cooperation and effort of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and its members: the European Commission, Hydrogen Europe, and Hydrogen Europe Research.
The 4th European Conference Hydrogen & P2X 2023 will bring together top-level experts from gas producers, chemical and mobility industries representatives, power companies, business analytics, government officials and regulators, storage companies, service providers, projects representatives, transportation companies, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, renewable energy consultancies and others.
The World Hydrogen Technology Convention (WHTC) is one of the best known conventions in the fields of hydrogen energy and fuel cell technology, and is held biannually under the auspices of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE). WHTC provides the platform to communicate the latest scientific research and market development worldwide. The theme of the 10th World Hydrogen Technology Convention (WHTC 2023) is Hydrogen Energy And Dual-Carbon Strategy: From Present To The Future
Join SHFCA at our industry's biggest networking event to hear about the newest trends and see the cutting-edge technology on the All-Energy & Dcarbonise exhibition showfloor. All forms of renewable energy will be covered as well as energy systems, energy integration and transition, hydrogen, the grid and networks, energy storage, finance and funding, community and local energy and much more.
The H2FC Fair exhibit area at Hannover Messe will feature 200+ exhibitors from 25 countries will present their latest products and developments on a 5.000 exhibition area. International corporations, SMEs and research institutes showcase the full spectrum of the industry. The combination of the exhibition, two forum areas and numerous networking events is worldwide just unique for 28 years.
This conference is an opportunity for engineers to identify challenges across the hydrogen value chain including production, distribution, storage, and utilisation. Hydrogen can be a useful part of the energy system, but engineers must understand the inherent challenges before it can be used effectively, and at scale, in a net-zero future energy economy.
The Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit will give updates on the European Hydrogen & Fuel Cells market and its developments, as well as focusing on current challenges for the industry such as the current and future status of hydrogen infrastructure for the automotive sector in Europe, the forecast on its regulatory framework, and the production of green hydrogen, among others. Over the two days, the event will give you in-depth perspective on novel technologies and solutions, the road towards achieving massive production of green hydrogen in Europe.
Hyvolution Paris is an unmissable event for hydrogen professionals in Europe! At a time when the emerging hydrogen market is gathering pace and establishing itself as an extremely promising market, there is a growing need for networking between stakeholders.
The H2 EXPO & CONFERENCE represents the entire hydrogen value chain. Its agenda revolves around upscaling the production, transport, storage and use of green hydrogen. Participate to get a well-rounded market overview, expand your business network, win new partners and strengthen existing partnerships.
The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell conference is the largest and longest running hydrogen gathering in the UK. Entering its 19th year, the conference this year is being delivered in partnership with Hydrogen UK, the UK’s leading hydrogen industry association. The conference will showcase the latest developments in hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and projects both in the UK but also internationally. Sessions will focus on production, distribution and end use of hydrogen as well as discussions on how regional and international collaboration can support the emerging hydrogen sector.
European Hydrogen Week is the biggest annual gathering dedicated to hydrogen with a series of great events all around hydrogen. The week sees a common cooperation and effort of Hydrogen Europe, the European Commission, the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and Hydrogen Europe Research.
Join in the programme of conferences, panel discussions and exhibitions representing the entire hydrogen value chain. Participate to two distinct conference streams; the high-level conference and the business to business conference.
The 14th SHFCA2022 annual conference takes place on Wednesday 20th October 2022 as an in-person event at the prestigious McEwan Hall in Edinburgh. The Hydrogen Scotland programme brings together SHFCA members and guests with invited expert speakers who will address the importance of building partnerships and sharing lessons learned as we scale up production of hydrogen to deliver Scotland’s target of 5GW low carbon hydrogen production by 2030.
You are invited to join our fourth HTP webinar on Tuesday 4th October from 14:00-15:15 BST (15:00–16:15 CET) on Hydrogen Valley project Commissioning, Training & Operations.
This HTP webinar will cover key aspects of commissioning and operations of Hydrogen Valley / Hydrogen Island projects. This event will provide insights about developing real-world hydrogen projects, based on practical experience from the BIG HIT project activities on Orkney.
The H2 EXPO & Conference at Wind Energy Hamburg represents the entire hydrogen value chain. Its agenda revolves around upscaling the production, transport, storage and use of green hydrogen. Participate to get a well-rounded market overview, expand your business network, win new partners and strengthen existing partnerships. Be sure to join in the compelling conference programme and get the latest input.
Floro International Conference on Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy (map)
The annual international conference on Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy is back on after two digital pandemic years. The 7th International Conference on Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy will take place on 21-22 September 2022 in Florø, Norway.
The conference brings together world-leading players in the fields of maritime hydrogen technology and marine renewable energy for the latest updates on technology, policies and projects within the maritime hydrogen and marine energy industries.
Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM bring together Low Carbon Vehicle and Connected Automated Mobility into a technology showcase exhibition. We have over 170 exhibitors showcasing their insights and innovations and over 4,000 attendees visiting the event. The event includes an extensive seminar programme which includes a variety of speakers to educate our delegates, as well the opportunity to network and use our Ride&Drive activities.
The long awaited show is back in town! Explore the latest renewable and low carbon energy innovations and reconnect with colleagues at All-Energy & Dcarbonise at the SEC in Glasgow from 11-12 May 2022.
Register now for your free ticket to attend All-Energy exhibition and conference: https://all-energy-2022.reg.buzz/
You are invited to join the HTP4 webinar on Weds 16th March from 15:00–16:15 CET (14:00-15:15 GMT) on Hydrogen Valley project Commissioning & Operations
This fourth HTP webinar will cover key aspects of commissioning and operations of Hydrogen Valley / Hydrogen Island projects. This event brings together a great line-up of speakers who will provide insights about developing real-world hydrogen projects, based on practical experience from the Clean Hydrogen Partnership supported BIG HIT project activities on Orkney.
The second edition of the European Hydrogen Week will take place on 29 November – 3 December 2021. The Hydrogen Week will feature among others the European Hydrogen Forum, the FCH JU Programme Review Days and the FCH JU Awards.
The events will bring together policy-makers, industry representatives, civil society organisations and the research community to discuss the latest developments at EU level in the hydrogen sector and will mark the public launch of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership – as the successor of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Undertaking.