3 Industry Focused Tracks

Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe presents the must-attend techno-economic hydrogen conference focusing on the development of low-carbon hydrogen production, storage, and infrastructure development. A total of 3 conference tracks will take place simultaneously with conference attendees and speakers having the option to move freely between the different sessions. All attendees will receive the conference proceedings from all 3 conferences.

Your Conference Pass Gives You Access To All Tracks And Sessions!

Hydrogen Production, Storage, and Infrastructure Development

Fuel Cell Design, Development, & Manufacturing

Carbon Capture, Utilisation & Storage

Green Hydrogen Production, Storage, and Infrastructure Development

Bringing together hydrogen producers, energy majors, the oil and gas industry, pipeline operators, offshore wind and energy companies, utilities giants, port authorities, airports, renewable energy investors, engineering firms, heavy industry, steel producers, chemical and process industries, and technology suppliers, this conference will discuss and debate challenges, opportunities, and most importantly – solutions, to the emerging green hydrogen economy in Europe. Topics will include, but not be limited to:

  • Primary energy sources for green hydrogen production – solar, wind, biomass, nuclear
  • Energy conversion – electrolysis, biochemical, thermochemical, reforming
  • Design, simulation, test, monitoring, and control solutions for hydrogen plants
  • Driving down the cost of low carbon hydrogen
  • Business models for low carbon hydrogen
  • Building and integrating a European and global network for green hydrogen distribution
  • Refuelling solutions
  • The role of green hydrogen in decarbonising heavy industry
  • Incorporating clean hydrogen into the renewable energy mix
  • Hydrogen storage – liquefication, compression, material-based, hydride storage, sorbents
  • Regulation and investment requirements to enable rapid scale-up and adoption

2-Day Conference Programme

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Design, Development, & Manufacturing

Our second conference track will bring together fuel cell manufacturers, materials suppliers, technical and engineering consultants, systems integrators, research institutes, NGO’s, as well as a wide range of end user markets to discuss the techno-economic challenges that must be overcome for wide scale commercialisation and adoption of hydrogen fuel cells. The two-day conference will prioritise presentations that showcase innovative solutions to drive down cost, increase efficiency, improve durability and reliability, and for scale-up for mass manufacturing. Topics will include, but not be limited to:

  • Fuel cell market forecasts and regulation
  • Fuel cell materials – SOFC, coatings, catalysts, composites
  • PEM and fuel cell stacks – latest developments and improvements
  • Test and development – simulation, durability, range and performance, safety, certification
  • Design and packaging, size, weight, and integration with mobile and stationary applications
  • Air, thermal, and water management
  • Cost reduction, manufacturing, and automation of production
  • New applications, marine, aerospace, E-VTOL, UAV, drone, and space technology

2-Day Conference Programme

Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage

Hydrogen Technology Conference & Expo will be co-located with the Carbon Capture Technology Conference & Expo which will be a 2-day conference dedicated to discussing the role of carbon capture in decarbonising heavy industry and how the combination of CCS and hydrogen will play a key role in the transition to creating a CO2-neutral energy supply. Join leading experts from the oil and gas sectors, renewable energy companies, NGO’s, government environmental and energy departments, engineering consultants, and a wide range of industries that are leading the charge in the deployment of carbon capture utilisation and storage solutions. Topics will include, but not be limited to:

  • Impact and potential of CCS on achieving global climate mitigation targets
  • Application in heavy and ‘hard-to-decarbonise’ sectors
  • CCS and hydrogen production
  • Commercialisation – cost reduction, investment, and building the business model for CCS
  • Policy updates and global regulation,
  • Carbon pricing and carbon taxing
  • Updates from latest CCS projects
  • CO2 capture and separation – pre-combustion, post-combustion, oxyfuel combustion
  • Transportation solutions, compression, handling, and distribution
  • Storage – selection, planning, construction, and monitoring suitable storage sites
  • Testing – simulation, safety testing, durability, performance, certification
  • Materials – membranes, absorbents, activated carbon materials, MOFs
  • Utilisation – concrete, chemicals, polymers, fuels

2-Day Conference Programme