Hydrogen For Clean Transport Conference, 25th October 2019 – Agenda announcement




Hydrogen for Clean Transport will showcase the advances made by hydrogen technology in the transport sector and discuss the remaining challenges working towards widespread commercialisation.

Hydrogen Mobility Europe, the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) and Hydrogen Europe are organising on 24 – 25 October 2019, in Hamburg, a series of events to discuss the opportunities around hydrogen in the transition to a sustainable energy future. Transport emissions are one of the largest sources of air pollution, but with hydrogen technology they could soon see a reduction.

The programme will start on 24 October at 12:00 h with the arrival of a fleet of fuel cell electric vehicles, following their road-trip journey through Europe.

On 25 October, sector experts will meet for the Hydrogen for Clean Transport conference to share emerging conclusions from the H2ME projects, demonstrating the benefits of hydrogen technology both for transport and for improving the air quality and green agendas throughout Europe.


H2ME Mid-term Conference – Speakers announcements

Bart Biebuyck, Director, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking

Nikolas Iwan, Managing Director, H2 Mobility Deutschland

Ferry Franz, Director, Toyota Motor Europe

Valerie Bouillon Delporte, President, Hydrogen Europe

Ahmed Guenaoui, Advisor to CEO, ENGIE Cofely

Ben Madden, Director, Element Energy

Robert Evans, CEO, Cenex


H2ME Mid-term Conference Agenda

25th October 2019 – see below

08:30- 09:30 Arrival and registration
Welcome addresses
09:30 – 10:15 EC: achieving European climate and energy goals
FCH JU: making an impact by accelerating innovation and securing competitiveness
H2 Mobility Deutschland:  Market activation and network development in Germany
The Hydrogen Mobility Europe Project – update and emerging conclusions from the flagship H2 initiative in Europe
10:15 – 10:45 Emerging conclusions from the Hydrogen Mobility Europe Project
Hydrogen Mobility Europe Project deployment and technology readiness
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee break
Panel session 1 – Commercialisation and market preparation
11:15 – 12:30 Market activation and strategies for commercialisation – Fuel Cell Passenger cars deployment
Market activation and strategies for commercialisation – Fuel Cell Vans deployment
Emerging business cases  – Fuel Cell Taxis deployment
Market activation and strategies for commercialisation – Trucks deployment
Fuel cell bus deployment with the example of the H2Bus Europe deployment
Panel discussion
12:30 – 13:45 Lunch break
Panel session 2 – Green and affordable hydrogen for Zero Emission Transportation
13:45 – 15:00 Overview of Zero Emission (ZE) driving options – Comparison of electric and fuel cell vehicles
Regional scale deployment of Electrolyzers
Case study : Certifhy poject for EU wide Guarantee of Origin Certificates
Case study: Economics for green hydrogen with captive fleets in Gronningen
Renewable power integration and opportunities for Electrolyzer
Panel discussion
15:00 Closing remarks – Hydrogen Europe
15:15 Networking
16:30 End of event


Please register your interest to take part via this link.


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