European hydrogen energy conference

September 2, 2005

Brussels, 01 Sep 2005

The second European Hydrogen Energy Conference and Professional Meeting on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells will take place in Zaragoza, Spain, from 22 to 25 November.

The conference is devoted to the exchange of scientific and technical information. The presentations and posters will mainly expound on developments and advances in one of the 12 subjects covered at the conference:


- hydrogen production;
- hydrogen transportation, distribution and refuelling stations;
- hydrogen utilisation;
- fuel cells R&D;
- hydrogen and fuel cells applications;
- hydrogen energy systems: design, analysis and simulations;
- environmental issues;
- codes and standards;
- safety;
- hydrogen economy;
- social acceptance and hydrogen policies.

Lectures will provide an overall vision of the state of the art and the different policies that contribute to its technological development.

The Second Professional Meeting on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells focuses on commercial and economic issues. It is an event at which different companies can network. The aim is to improve the channels of communication between potential suppliers, customers and collaborators.

For further information, please consult the following web address: http://www.ehec.info

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