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As economies around the world seek efficient and sustainable solutions to reduce CO2 emissions, key questions arise: what is the role and future of hydrogen technologies and fuel cells in the transportation sector? Do experts on hydrogen predict a bright future?
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The aim of the upcoming conference is not only to answer well-known questions, but also to bring the latest views of influential political leaders, world pioneers, and representatives of the largest automobile companies, entrepreneurs and the scientific community; on how to make more efficient use of hydrogen technologies for smart mobility in the future.
In addition, for the first time, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) will present a study mapping all existing hydrogen technologies, examples of recent worldwide inventions, analyzing the dynamics of patenting, case studies in technology transfer from university to industry, assessing environmental aspects and comparing their sustainability with electricity means of transport.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy of the Slovak Republic
Richard Sulík is a graduate of the Agriculture Faculty at the University of Economics in Bratislava. He also studied business economics at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and physics at the Technical University of Munich. Between years 2002 and 2003 he worked as an advisor to the finance minister, Ivan Mikloš. Later on, he advised the minister of Labor, Social Affairs and Family, Iveta Radičová. Between years 2010 and 2014 he was a member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, and for two years he also held the position of Speaker of Parliament. Until 2019, he served as a Member of the European Parliament. Currently, he holds the position of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy. "
Hydrogen has a huge potential in the long run. Slovakia has excellent prospects for playing an important role in its production, transport, storage and consumption. The usage of hydrogen, as an energy carrier of the future, should help Slovakia in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the competitiveness of the Slovak economy.
Associate Programme Officer – Innovation and End use sectors, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
Martina has over 10 years’ experience in the private and the public sector focusing on clean energy policies and programmes. Martina previously worked in consultancies in Prague and Brussels, and the European Commission where she led strategies for the international cooperation in clean energy RD&D and played a key role in the process of getting the European Union to join the Mission Innovation. In March 2019, Martina joined the IRENA’s Innovation and Technology Center in the US and then Germany where she works on 3 workstreams: on tracking the impacts of innovation through costs, patents and standards; on decarbonization pathways for the end-use industry sectors; and on the critical materials for the energy transition. Martina has degrees in finance, law and environmental management.
Deputy Director General of the Intellectual Property Development and Research Center
Ms. ZENG Yanni, Deputy Director General of the Intellectual Property Development and Research Center (IPDRC) of the China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA), is mainly engaged in research on international intellectual property topics, intellectual property policy and strategy, and patent analysis and mapping. Ms. ZENG holds a Master Degree of Law in Intellectual Property, University of Turin and a Master Degree of Public Administration, Peking University
The presentation will focus on China's policy and industry development in the hydrogen energy industry, share information of the patent applications of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in China, and call for more innovation and collaboration of hydrogen energy technology among countries.
Coordinator of hydrogen technologies in the Slovak Republic
Dr.h.c. mult. prof. Ing. Juraj Sinay, DrSc. is a coordinator of hydrogen technologies in the Slovak Republic and a Professor at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Technical University in Košice, Slovak Republic. Between the years 2000 and 2007 he was a Rector of Technical University in Košice, between the years 2003 and 2005 a President of Slovak Rectors' Conference, and between years 2007 and 2015 a Vice-Rector for Marketing and External Relations at the Technical University in Košice. Between years 2008 and 2010, he was an Advisor of Minister of Education in the field of Science and Research and between years 2012 and 2014 an Advisor of the State Secretary of Ministry of Education. Between years 2015 and 2018 he was a President of the Association of the Automotive Industry of the Slovak Republic/ ZAP SR/. Currently, he is a member of its Executive Committee. In the field of science and research, he deals with the risk management of technical systems, including hydrogen technologies. He is the author and the co-author of 15 monographs and several scientific articles in foreign and domestic sources.
The Slovak Republic has been actively involved in European activities in the field of hydrogen technologies. After the approval of the National Hydrogen Strategy, an Action plan will be prepared for the implementation of its content in the conditions of the Slovak Republic. This Action plan will include a set of measures for the application of a complex hydrogen chain, which will also include the areas of research and development for hydrogen mobile technologies.
Director General of Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency SIEA
Peter Blaškovič has been leading the Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA) since June 2020. The SIEA covers a wide range of activities from projects focused on innovative solutions, energy efficiency to the use of renewable energy sources.
Before joining SIEA, he served as Director-General of the National Center for Health Information (NCZI) for four years. Under his leadership, a large-scale eHealth project has been launched, which is the basis for electronic healthcare. For this project, he received the ITAPA 2019 award in the category of the best digitization project of the Slovak company.
In the past, he worked as an IT consultant and manager in Austria, Australia and the Middle East and headed the information technology department of Slovenská pošta (Slovak Post Office).
His priorities are also hydrogen technologies and support for projects in this area. He is in charge of the presentation of hydrogen infrastructure and the preparation of various support schemes for H2 technologies in Slovakia.
Vice President – Business Development, Advent Technologies Holdings
Alan Kneisz is Vice President of Business Development, of Advent Technologies.
ADVENT Technologies is an innovation-driven company in the fuel cell and hydrogen technology space. Our vision is to accelerate electrification through advanced materials, components, and next-generation fuel cell technology
In his role, Alan has been at the forefront of Hydrogen technology deployments via major leaders in this technology such as Ballard, Cummins and now Advent. His experience is centered around developing Megawatt fuel cell power systems, Renewable Energy applications, Energy Storage, Green Hydrogen production, Back-up power and Hydrogen Transport solutions for Trains, Trucks and Buses globally.
This includes the first large Fuel Cell bus fleets in China, MW Fuel Cells and Back up Power Systems, Marine and Rail systems as well as assisting to better understand the planning for the Hydrogen Economy with Government, OEM’s, NGO’s and other Private institutions globally.
Alan has extensive experience implementing green technologies into practical applications throughout Asia Pacific, Europe and Australia with Private and Government institutions and has become a thought leader in promoting the Hydrogen Economy across the region, speaking at approx 10 conferences per year, explaining the advantages of the Hydrogen economy.
André Martin Consulting – Industrie- und Politikberatung
André Harry Martin worked until 1998 on several management and executive positions in the vehicle supply industry for SKF, Clark-Hurth-Components S.P.A. und Carraro S.P.A. with particular responsibility for business development, marketing and sales.
From 1998 – 2007 he held executive positions in the fuel cell system development of Ballard Power Systems, Daimler und Ford Motor Company, namely: Vice President of the Ballard Transportation Business Unit, CEO of Ballard Power Systems AG , Managing Director of NuCellSys GmbH. 2007 - 2009, he coordinated of the preparatory activities of the Joint Technology Initiative for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCHInStruct) on behalf of the European Commission in Brussels. Since 2009, André became independent consultant and political advisor. Focus on business and strategy development, project and program management of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies in vehicle and other applications. From 2014 – 2020, he was member of the Board of Directors of Powercell Sweden AB. Other Memberships are Board Member of the World Fuel Cell Council, Frankfurt, 2001 – 2003, Member of the High-Level Group und the Advisory Council for Hydrogen and fuel cells of the European Commission, Brussels, 2002 – 2008, Member of the JTI Working Group, 2006 – 2007. Board Member of the German Hydrogen Association, from 2011 – 2021.
Director of the Technology and Innovation Support Division of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
Andrew Czajkowski graduated in nuclear engineering from Queen Mary University of London in 1987. He subsequently joined the European Patent Office (EPO) where he held various posts: as a prior art search examiner in The Hague for 6 years; a substantive examiner in Munich for 5 years; the EPO’s Liaison Officer responsible for patent information cooperation activities at the Italian Patent and Trademark Office in Rome for 4 years; returning to Munich to work in technical cooperation with Central and Eastern European Countries; managing the European Commission’s IPR Project for the Western Balkans; and coordinating the EPO’s Trilateral Cooperation activities.
Since October 2007, he works for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in the IP and Innovation Ecosystems Sector. He is currently Director of the Technology and Innovation Support Division responsible for promoting and facilitating access to and the use of technology databases, in particular patent and scientific & technical journal databases, as well as building capacity through the establishment of Technology and Innovation Support Centers (TISCs) and their provision of information and knowledge resources, tools and platforms to support local innovation.
Hydrogen Technologies at the BMW Group
Jürgen Guldner received a MS in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University, SC, in 1992, and a Ph.D. in Controls and Robotics from the Technical University of Munich in 1995. After a PostDoc with the PATH Program at the University of California at Berkeley, CA, he joined the BMW Technik GmbH, to lead research projects on automotive by-wire systems. He transferred to BMW AG’s R&D Center in 2001 to head the Advanced Engineering Group for Chassis Control Systems. From 2006 to 2010, Dr. Guldner acted as Chief Engineer during the development of BMW’s first hybrid vehicle, the ActiveHybrid X6. Following two VP positions in Chassis R&D, he took over BMW’s hydrogen research program in 2018.
The BMW is convinced that fuel cell electric vehicles can play a complementary role to battery electric vehicles in the decarbonization of the transport sector. Synergies between different applications could be leveraged to enhance the technology, create economies of scale and possibly facilitate the infrastructure role out. At the recent IAA Mobility show in Munich, the BMW iX5 Hydrogen was introduced, showcasing the latest technological developments.
Head of department Vehicle Energy Concepts
Dr Michael Schier, who heads the department of vehicle energy concepts, received his diploma and Dr degree in Electrical Engineering with specialisation in energy technologies and electrical drives at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. From 1995 to 1999, he was involved in the development of electrical machines and power electronics for starter-alternators in the department Electric Vehicles of the Siemens company. From 1999 until 2005 he was responsible for the development of electrical commutated motors for automotive applications at the ebmpapst company. Before his work at DLR he was leader of power electronics development at catem-develec, a daughter company of the Eberspächer company.
Hydrogen mobility offers development potential for decades
Germany has a leading role in Europe in H2 mobility, transferred from the European strategy of the last 15 years, which has now reached the implementation phase and where prototype vehicles are available from all manufacturers, for road and rail and where the petrol station network is also presentable. The German Aerospace Center is an international partner in all areas of hydrogen technology and also attaches particular importance to the networked coupling of the energy and transport sectors in order to ensure a stable energy supply with the maintenance of individual mobility requirements and where digitisation will play a key role in the future. The Institute for Vehicle Concepts works on vehicle concepts and hydrogen technologies for road and rail, here we show examples and future potentials from the areas of trains, road vehicles, hydrogen vehicles as small mobile power plants, refueling concepts and green construction sites.
Chairman of the National Hydrogen Association of Slovakia NVAS
In promoting hydrogen technologies in Slovakia, he profits from rich experience in design, construction and operation of renewable electricity sources. His ambition is to involve current and new RES in the production of green hydrogen. Within NVAS, he is responsible for communication with European institutions, foreign partners and national institutions in order to create proper conditions for the implementation of hydrogen technologies in Slovakia. Under the auspices of NVAS, he organizes the preparation of hydrogen workshops and conferences. Since June 2021, he´s been the chairman of NVAS. He is a co-author of the National Hydrogen Strategy and participates in the preparation of the Action Plan.
Manager, Mobility Policy of the Hydrogen Europe
Viktor joined the policy department of Hydrogen Europe in 2021, taking on the role of the Mobility Policy Manager for all modes of transport. In his current role, Viktor is responsible the coordination and policy delivery of the priorities of Hydrogen Europe and its members in all aspects of hydrogen-fuelled mobility.
Viktor’s EU affairs experience includes a number of Brussels-based positions, including being a Senior Associate at Weber Shandwick, held a research position in the EU affairs office of Shell, and a traineeship European Commission in the Cabinet of Vice President Maroš Šefčovič.
Technical University of Ostrava
Stanislav Mišák has devoted his entire professional life to research and development of low-carbon technologies, including their implementation in cooperation with industry partners. He strives to promote modern, decentralized energy for the regions, where it makes sense, both technically and economically. Professor perceives the future of energy as a symbiosis of sustainable decentralized, low-carbon energy in cooperation with a central energy based on the use of a nuclear resource.
Hydrogen technologies have a huge potential for decentralized sustainable energy, however their massive development requires preparation of a functional infrastructure for hydrogen production, distribution and use. The conference will present the readiness of the Moravian-Silesian Region for the implementation of hydrogen technologies as well as examples of solutions already implemented.
CEO, PESA Bydgoszcz S.A.
Krzysztof Zdziarski - CEO, an experienced manager associated with the ORLEN Group, recently he worked as a president of Unipetrol on the Czech market. Before that, he was managing the South branch of Orlen and the refinery production of the company. He started his professional career in Canada, managing the field operations of such companies as PLASTICS CANADA, IPEX, or CAN-US EMI. After his return to Poland, he was responsible for preparing a concept, creation, and leadership of the DDD company, which is a production-distribution platform shared between EMI, SONY, and Universal. Next for seven years, he was the general director of the polish division of UPS, and later for almost 5 years the board director of PEKAES SA. Since January 21st he is the CEO of PESA Bydgoszcz. He is a manager with international experience in rebuilding and creation of development strategies for middle-sized and large companies. As a manager he was not only responsible for planning changes and the build of structures within the organization but also for long-term implementation of such plans and operational management of their realization. He was graduate from the Economics Department of Warsaw University, Management Leadership School in Boston (USA), Humber College, and Ryerson Polytechnic University in Toronto (Canada).
intuitive.AI GmbH, Hamburg, Germany
Prof. Dr. Frank Passing is founder and managing director of intuitive.AI GmbH, an AI company located in Hamburg, using machine intelligence to support strategic decision-making processes in sustainability, risk management and technology.
Before founding intuitive.AI he has been working in the automotive and aviation sector in multiple leading R&D positions. He received his doctorate in Strategic Foresight & IP Analytics and is currently Professor for Digital Transformation at the International University of Applied Science (IU) in Germany.
Executive Director of the International Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Economy (IPHE) Secretariat
Tim Karlsson is Executive Director of the International Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Economy (IPHE) Secretariat, since 2015. The IPHE is an intergovernmental partnership of 21 countries and the European Commission, working to help facilitate the transition to clean and efficient energy, industry, and mobility systems using hydrogen and fuel cells technologies. Previously, Mr. Karlsson held various positions including Director of Emerging Technologies, and, Director of Environmental and Clean Energy Industries in the Department of Industry of Canada. He has worked on numerous policy issues related to energy and the environment including domestic and international climate change in part as a member of Canada’s delegation to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The momentum is building to develop and deploy hydrogen and fuel cell technologies with different countries, regions, and companies announcing new hydrogen strategies, plans, developments and deployments almost every week. For many countries, the policy driver is environmental goals, but for others it is energy security and resiliency, or economic opportunities. To fulfil the potential for hydrogen in the energy transition ahead, the market rules must be clear including Intellectual Property rights and innovations but also, standards for installation and use and clear trade rules, two areas where the IPHE is focusing its work.
CKCO of cellcentric GmbH & Co. KG
Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck is CKCO of cellcentric GmbH & Co. KG. Previously he was CEO of Mercedes-Benz Fuel Cell GmbH and Managing Director of Daimler Truck Fuel Cell GmbH & Co KG. Having completed diploma and PhD studies of physics in Germany and France, Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck began his professional career 1989 in the research department at Daimler-Benz AG in Frankfurt.
After heading the Research & Technology Executive Board Office in Stuttgart, he was responsible for Fuel Cell Systems at DaimlerChrysler Corporation in the USA. Back in Germany, Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck became Head of Structural Materials at Daimler-Chrysler Research. From 2005 to 2012 he led the Fuel Cell and Li-Ion battery R&D at Daimler. Since 2012 Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck has been Head of Fuel Cell at the Daimler Group and CEO of NuCellSys GmbH since 2015. Being a Honorary Professor, he teaches at the University of Ulm and the Technical University of Vienna.
Chairman of Hungarian Hydrogen Technology Association
Ministerial Commissioner István Lepsényi is responsible for developing the Aerospace Cluster in Hungary and he is at the same time Chairman of the Hungarian Hydrogen Technology Association. Based on its mission and statues, the association aims at the establishment, development, and expansion of the Hungarian hydrogen technology sector. By elaborating a professional summary, the so-called White Book of the Hungarian Hydrogen Platform (by now association) became an important source of Hungary’s National Hydrogen Strategy.
Presentation: Development in energy production and storage or the production of vehicles takes place in the world, whether with us or without us. It is our vital interest to take part in it with our existing RDI basis.
Technical Head Powertrain Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Business Unit of Toyota Motor Europe’s (TME) R&D and Fuel Cell Business Group
Technical Head Powertrain Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Business Unit of Toyota Motor Europe’s (TME) R&D and Fuel Cell Business Group
Member of the Board of Directors, ORLEN Unipetrol Group
Tomáš Herink is responsible for production and maintenance, energy, research and development, engineering and technology, business development, fire brigade, production optimazition and branch Polymer Institute Brno. Tomáš Herink began his career in ORLEN Unipetrol already in 1999.
Prezident MATADOR Group a predseda predstavenstva Matador Holding, a. s.
Štefan Rosina je v súčasnosti prezidentom MATADOR Group a predsedom predstavenstva Matador Holding, a. s. V roku 1984 začal svoju kariéru v Matadore na rôznych pozíciách vo výrobe. Od roku 1985 pôsobil ako vedecký pracovník, technický inžinier na oddelení investícií a riaditeľ odboru technického rozvoja. Od roku 1997 pôsobil ako viceprezident pre rozvoj vedy a techniky, viceprezident pre stratégiu a predseda dozornej rady. V súčasnosti predstavuje významného lídra v celej skupine MATADOR. Snaží sa pripraviť všetky kľúčové aspekty spoločnosti na významné technologické desaťročie.
President of Techistential, Chairman of Disruptive Futures Institute
Based in San Francisco, Roger Spitz is President of Techistential (Foresight Strategy, Sustainable Futures & Climate Intelligence). Techistential's renowned Board, Governance & Investor foresight practice works with leaders and their organizations globally to capitalize on disruption as a springboard to value creation. Roger sits on several Advisory Boards of Companies, Climate Councils, VC funds & Academic institutions worldwide. The funds he advises support the venture-backed ecosystem in Silicon Valley, Israel, UK and Europe. Roger is also Founding Chairman of the Disruptive Futures Institute. He has two decades leading investment banking businesses, advising CEOs, Founders, Boards & Shareholders globally, evaluating their companies, competitiveness, strategic investments and the disruptions ahead.
Director of Bluetech Clean Air Alliance (BCAA), core committee member of WIPO GREEN which is the Sustainable Technology Exchange of WIPO, member of Beijing Intellectual Property Expert Database.
Graduated from the Engineering Department of the University of Cambridge, Mr. Xie obtained a series of professional qualifications on innovation and patent, including the MATRIZ CEM, DFP (Design for Patentability), External Auditors of Intellectual Property Management System. In the area of cleantech and sustainability, Mr. Xie is an accredited Energy Manager (CEM) by the Association of Energy Engineers of the US and a certified auditor for both ISO14001 and cleaner production. As the director, Mr. Xie has established the patent strategy and high-value patent cultivation module within BCAA with inputs from international patent experts. The module provides trainings to raise patent awareness for cleantech companies, investors and researchers, and develop pilot projects for high-value patents cultivation. Before joining in BCAA, Mr. Xie has over 15 years industrial experience as he served at professional consultancies and international organizations on clean technology and environment protection. Mr. Xie participated in the design and implementation of a series of bilateral cooperation projects between China and Canada, Switzerland, the United States and other countries.
Plenipotentiary of the Minister of Industry and Trade for Hydrogen Technologies, Czech Republic
Since 2019 is Petr Mervart working at the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade. With his team he prepared the Hydrogen Strategy of the Czech Republic and now he is coordinating its fulfilment. He is also involved in other projects with the goal to decarbonise industry in the Czech Republic.
He started his professional career at Czech Technical University, where he was teaching and doing research in area of automatic control systems, AI and information technologies. He worked as a research fellow at University of Alberta, Canada and Kyoto University, Japan.
From university he moved to business, where he played various roles in IT companies, as Digital Equipment and Sun Microsystems, and in utility company E.ON, where he was responsible for coordination of large scale international programs in area of IT and human resources.
CEO of Alstom Czech Republic and Slovakia
Alstom is a leading company on the Czech railway market and the second largest manufacturer of rolling stock in the Czech Republic. It operates its own production plant in Česká Lípa, which has more than a century of industrial tradition. It is one of the largest rolling stock production plants in the region of Central and Eastern Europe and focuses primarily on welding components for suburban, regional trains and double-decker cars, light rail vehicles, trams and the metro. The complex employs over 1,300 people and is one of the largest employers in the Liberec region.
Alstom is also a manufacturer of high-speed trains, with seven Pendolino high-speed trains running on Czech railways. Alstom also has top competencies in the field of traffic management, the company was the first provider in the Czech Republic to offer modern ETCS signaling solutions in accordance with the latest EU standards. Traxx locomotives also belong to the portfolio of railway solutions that Alstom provides on the Czech market. Alstom introduces hydrogen technology to the Czech railway market in the form of the Coradia iLint train, the only hydrogen train in commercial operation in the world.
Chairman of H2 Energy Holding AG and Business Development Executive of Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility
Patrick Huber is Chairman of H2 Energy Holding AG and responsible for business development for Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility, a joint venture between Hyundai Motors Corp and H2 Energy Holding AG. Before joining H2 Energy in 2017 he been working in the financial industry in Zurich, London and Frankfurt. In his role as CEO from H2 Energy Holding from 2018 to 2020 he has established various joint ventures with industry leaders such as Nel ASA, Hyundai Motors, Linde, Alpiq and others. Patrick Huber has been responsible for the growth and business development strategy at Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility since 2019 where he has a focus on total cost of ownership and scalability for fuel cell commercial vehicles. In 2020, Patrick Huber was elected a board member of Hydrogen Europe and in 2021 as a member of the Governance Board of Clean Hydrogen Partnership. Patrick Huber holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Zurich and is the father of two children. He lives with his family in Zurich, Switzerland.
Jochen Spuck, EconSight Chief Technology Officer
Jochen Spuck studied organic and inorganic chemistry at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland and received his PhD in inorganic chemistry, working on polymers, electrochemistry and computational chemistry. After working as Head of R&D on roll-to-roll coating of papers and films in two SMEs, he headed the international support of Mettler Toledo’s sensor division. He then joined the Swiss Patent Office (IGE.ch) and worked from 2008 to 2018 as patent searcher and examiner, and most recently as Head of Product Development. He was head of the Artificial Intelligence group for patent search and landscaping and responsible for the digital toolbox of the patent search and examination division. As Head of Business Development for ip-search, the commercial brand of IGE for patent services, he was responsible for digital business methods and patent landscaping in the field of patents and IP, as well as for relations with corporate clients worldwide for IGE. He founded EconSight in 2019 together with Kai Gramke and is now responsible for defining, analyzing and evaluating technologies and technological activities of companies, while using his expertise for consulting on IP Innovation and Strategy.
Presentations followed by panel discussion with representatives of international institutions, national policymakers and NGOs on the role of hydrogen in energy and innovation policies, as well as the role of IP in fostering innovation in this field.
Panel discussion dedicated to discuss existing hydrogen technologies, with emphasis on the protection of intellectual property
During this session the WIPO Patent Landscape Report on Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technologies in Transport will be launched. The findings of the report will be presented, and a discussion will follow addressing technology and patenting trends, along with different factors which can play a role in the field´s dynamics and future.
Panel and discussions with participation of industry leaders, who will present current trends in the transport sector using clean hydrogen, as well as assessing environmental aspects and comparing their sustainability with electricity means of transport
Panel discussion with leading experts on current and future trends in the transport sector using clean hydrogen, as well as adressing environmental aspects including as compared to electric means of transport.
The contribution of academia in the development of hydrogen technologies and their applications in the field of transport. This session will further discuss the use of the IP system by universities, partnerships of industry with academia and commercialization of developed technologies.
The vision of hydrogen mobility and the potential development of different means of technologies based on green energy
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