Join the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) Programme Review Days & Stakeholder Forum – registration is open!

Charlemagne building, Brussels
From Tuesday, 17 November, 2015 to Thursday, 19 November, 2015
The event will take place in Brussels at the Charlemagne building on the 17, 18 and 19 November 2015, bringing together European Industry and Research communities with decision-makers.
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) Programme Review Days & Stakeholder Forum

The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking is organising the fifth edition of its Programme review Days (PRD).

The PRD´s objective is to assess, over the years, progress and achievements of the FCH JU programme, notably in relation to the targets of its multi-annual and annual work programmes, as well as in relation to international developments in the field. 

The 2015 edition will feature forty-four oral presentations allocated in six panels covering cross-cutting, energy and transport in research and demonstration activities

An exhibition of 100 posters will take place to highlight main of the programme’s results.

The Programme review Days will take place on the 17 and 18 November at the Charlemagne building, Brussels.

These two days will be followed by the FCH JU Stakeholder Forum 2015. This is the largest coming together of Europe’s fuel cell sector and is an excellent opportunity for all stakeholders to discuss and debate the future of the sector.

The Stakeholder Forum will provide an overview of the major developments in the past year and will seek to outline a vision for the way the sector will unfold in the coming years. The Forum will include important speeches from:

  • Senior European policymakers who will explain how to identify and enable synergies between European funding programs to facilitate major new investments in FCH technology;
  • High level industry practitioners who will explain how they are tackling the challenges of making a commercial case for deployment of these technologies today
  • Early customers on their experience with the technology both positive and negative and their views on what will be required to achieve faster take-up

The FCH JU Stakeholder Forum will take place on the 19 November at the Charlemagne building as well.