Hydrogen can be part of the solution as fundamental step in the transition towards a cleaner future.
A number of large cities and local authorities are currently proving that, when used as fuel for transport, hydrogen is a clean response to the high levels of particulate matter, exhaust fumes and noise that occur in metropolitan and urban areas.
At a European level there are numerous initiatives and organisations working on hydrogen transport alternatives, rolling out hydrogen refuelling infrastructure and deploying hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles. The EU flagship hydrogen project H2ME is hosting the Hydrogen Mobility Roundtable event in partnership with the European Commission’s Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) and Hydrogen Europe.
The objective of this roundtable is to demonstrate how hydrogen vehicle technology has been adopted by initiatives across Europe, providing policy makers and European city representatives with the opportunity to discuss, engage and network with experts from these initiatives. Focusing on real world experiences of deploying hydrogen and fuel cell technologies as a solution to local/regional pollution issues, the event will provide practical information on how they can be implemented and introduce hydrogen initiatives in Europe who have adopted them.