The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking is inviting their stakeholders to the 9th Stakeholder Forum from the 21-23 November 2016.
Over 350 participants will be meeting in Brussels, BE to discuss urgencies related to climate change and environment, combined with the maturity and commercialisation readiness of FCH technologies. Participants from the European industry, research communities and decision-makers will present best practices in order to illustrate how European, National and Regional programmes are integrated and how regulations, tariffs and incentives can favour FCH solutions’ market penetration.
We look forward to seeing you in Brussels. For more information go to the FCH Website.