Taking place on Tuesday, June 12, the National Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Forum is a full-day event and exposition preceding the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Annual Merit Review and Peer Evaluation Meeting. The event will feature an exhibit highlighting the H2@ Scale concept—a DOE collaboration bringing together stakeholders to advance affordable wide-scale hydrogen production, transport, storage, and utilization to unlock revenue potential and value across sectors. The event will also showcase the DOE’s National Labs and provide information on how to facilitate research and development projects that leverage the labs’ world-class capabilities in partnership with industry and academia. These DOE exhibits join other companies displaying the latest fuel cell and hydrogen technologies.
Attendees will hear from key policymakers, industry leaders, and senior government officials about the state of the industry, recent accomplishments, and future plans. The event will feature a government panel led by the DOE and will include other agencies that sponsor hydrogen and fuel cell activities.
The event is being held at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center and is coordinated by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association. Register to attend.