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6th European PEFC & Electrolyser FORUM 2017


  • Lucerne Switzerland (map)

The 6th European PEFC & Electrolyser FORUM 2017 will cover Fuel Cells & Reversible Technologies and including Practical Inventions with Competitive Solutions. The main topic areas include:

  •  HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS PEFC, HTPEM, AFC, PAFC
  •  DIRECT ALCOHOL FUEL CELLS DMFC
  •  ELECTROLYSERS including H2 processing & purification
  •  HYDROGEN storage - materials, theory & modelling

The scope for the 6th EUROPEAN PEFC & ELECTROLYSER FORUM 2017 addresses issues of science & engineering, materials & manufacturing, components & systems, design, testing & integration, applications, operation & combinations, and markets for all HYDROGEN-, DIRECT ALCOHOL- & MICROBIAL-FUEL CELLS. Within the field of membrane related electrochemical processes also ELECTROLYSERS and linked Hydrogen processing & purification as well as storage materials and systems including theory & modelling are featured again.

The Forum continues the strong tradition as a well recognised international meeting for science and technology in these fields. The Forum aims for a fruitful dialogue between researchers, engineers and manufacturers, between hardware developers and potential users, between academia, industry and decision makers. Business opportunities will be identified for manufacturers, commerce, consultants, decision makers and investors.

Although a Europe based event, participants from all continents are invited. In 2013 and 2015, the FORUM was Europe’s largest event dedicated to hydrogen Fuel Cells and has evolved into the leading European meeting place. It provides an excellent platform for scientists, engineers and manufactures to present recent technical progress, industrial achievements and R&D results and inventions.

The deadline for submission of abstracts is 30 November 2016 via website. All abstracts will be 3 times independently evaluated by the Scientific Advisory Committee and selected for oral or poster presentation. Authors will informed in February 2017.