The annual FCH-JU Stakeholder Forum brings together the key players from European Fuel Cell and Hydrogen community. The Stakeholder Forum will discuss the role of fuel cells and hydrogen in the energy and transport sectors and beyond. This year's edition will gather representatives of EU institutions, industry and research and other energy, climate and transport stakeholders around the following topics:
Session I - Building the road to consumers - will address the strategic development of the Hydrogen Infrastructure in Europe
Session II – Working together: towards sectoral integration - will highlight the importance of sectoral Integration through collaboration with other players
Session III – Delivering Jobs & Growth - will discuss the European Hydrogen Economy in a worldwide context , and fuel cells and hydrogen as areas of economic growth and job creation.
The Stakeholder Forum will be preceded by the Programme Review Days on 14-15 November 2018, and the Awards for the best hydrogen and fuel cells success story, in the evening of 15 November.
The conference will also provide for various opportunities for information exchange and general networking among participants.