9-10 November 2010, Brussels, Belgium
The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking was established in 2008 as a public-private partnership between the European Commission, European industry and the research community. With a budget of approximately one billion Euros spread over six years, it is the most important European initiative to date promoting research, technological development and demonstrations of these clean energy technologies. The Stakeholders General Assembly is an annual event aimed at informing all interested parties about the activities of the FCH JU and acquiring feedback for future planning of the programme. It is also a key platform for European and global stakeholders across sectors to come together to examine and assess the current position of this emerging industry, exchange ideas on next steps and make contacts. to promote the commercialisation of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies.
ThemesEC-organised event | Energy - EU (renewables, fossil fuels, SET plan etc.) | Environment - Climate Change | Environment - Environmental technologies | Environment - Tools for sustainable development | Key Enabling Technologies | Sustainable development