The Programme Review Days will focus on the FCH JU – funded projects and their latest achievements. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from the project coordinators and participate in a projects’ poster exhibition.
It constitutes an excellent visibility platform for the projects and the technological developments achieved in the sector, and provides networking opportunities for the participants while facilitating the exchange of ideas and best practices – click here fore the programme and here to register (open until 12.11.2019).
A number of 27 projects and 3 studies will be featured this year, gathered around the following sessions:
• Hydrogen for Sectoral Integration
• Fuel Cell Applications for Energy
• Fuel Cell Applications for Transport
• Support for Market Uptake
The second edition of the FCH JU Awards will take place on 20 November 2019 at the Brussels Museum of Fine Arts. The H2ME project will compete among others in two categories: the best success story and the best project innovation. You will be able to vote for the best success story and the best project innovation between 28/10/2019 and 19/11/2019 – click here to vote or to register.