With a number of key international events coming up in September and October, the Haskel team are gearing up to discuss our range of hydrogen refuelling solutions, including Nano and Geno, our modular hydrogen filling stations, and the hydrogen compression technology, our H-Drive gas booster, that supports them.
These events include:
Haskel is sponsoring the fourth annual Clean Buses in Europe conference, being held virtually on 28-29 September. The event will include a presentation on hydrogen refuelling stations and infrastructure from Nick Power, Hydrogen Business Development Manager at Haskel. The conference comprises 12 sessions, panel discussions and case studies, featuring a range of international experts. Topics include how European municipalities plan to deploy clean buses and the latest technological developments designed to improve customer experience.
The event will also explore nationwide initiatives and large-scale deployments, focusing on best practice, issues encountered and lessons learnt. In addition, speakers will discuss the challenges of procuring, financing, operating and maintaining clean buses.
Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe, which will be held in Bremen, Germany, on 20-21 October, is a conference and exhibition exclusively dedicated to advanced technologies for the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. The event will assemble the entire hydrogen value chain to focus on developing solutions and innovations for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage and distribution, as well as a variety of stationary and mobile applications, including refuelling technology.
More than 90 international speakers and over 2,000 attendees will discuss the latest technologies and engineering solutions, advanced materials, manufacturing equipment and infrastructure. They will also review test and evaluation tools and services to commercialise hydrogen as a mainstream provider of clean, renewable energy. The main exhibition hall will showcase more than 100 exhibiting companies.
Showcasing our latest refuelling stations, the team will be on booth 6645 to answer any questions you have about hydrogen refuelling and discuss the considerations for selecting a refuelling station, dependent on the application and environment.
HyVolution, in Paris on 27-28 October, will feature 150 exhibitors and brands drawn from the production, distribution, storage and services sectors, covering applications in mobility, energy and industry.
Haskel, on stand B28, will be there to provide information on hydrogen refuelling, sharing project examples from Europe and further afield, and discussing lessons learned and how we can scale at speed to keep up with current and future demand for hydrogen as a fuel.
During the event, HyVolution TV will present a mix of debates and roundtables, in both French and English, which will be filmed live and broadcast via the HyVolution website. Examining the environmental, social and economic issues affecting hydrogen adoption, around fifty speakers will discuss the key factors in successful projects, important research and development programmes, infrastructure requirements and the business models required for the hydrogen economy to become a reality. One of the main themes will be mobility as it relates to buses, public transport, trains and vans.
Rescheduled from July, due to ongoing COVID restrictions, Connecting Green Hydrogen APAC will now take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 7 -9 December.
Connecting Green Hydrogen APAC 2021 creates a unique set-up where policymakers, as well as both local and international developers, investors, experts and solution/product providers, meet, get market updates, debate and learn. Attending the event is an enabler to being part of the future development of APAC hydrogen energy.
The event aims to answer key questions such as: What kind of role will Australia play in APAC’s hydrogen industry? What about the situation in different regions of Australia? And what are the best ways to unlock hydrogen development? There will be a range of perspectives from different sectors addressing these issues.
As we continue to see demand for hydrogen refuelling increase, we’re looking forward to meeting our networks and making new connections at the shows to find out about the range of projects currently underway and how we can continue to support the development of the refuelling infrastructure.
We look forward to seeing you there and discussing your upcoming projects and plans.