World Hydrogen Summit 2023
World Hydrogen Summit 2023, an open free-access event, is becoming increasingly important for the global (green) hydrogen economy. The summit offers a unique chance to meet 350+ actors, involved in the rapidly evolving hydrogen value chain.
- 10:00 (CET)
Rotterdam Ahoy, Netherlands
Packed with insights, showcases and networking activities, the Summit brings together government, research, innovation as well as private sector leaders for three full days, solely focussing on hydrogen related advancement. TNO will be a part of the 2023 World Hydrogen Summit.
Visit us at booth A16, the Dutch Pavillion
Hydrogen experts of TNO will provide a comprehensive picture of TNO’s work and capabilities in the field of hydrogen. We will share our knowledge encompassing the entire value chain – from groundbreaking developments in the field of energy conversion devices, down to the integration of water electrolysis in offshore wind, and application of hydrogen in industry and mobility.
Do not miss to visit our stand, get in touch and see whether we can cooperate in one of the following fields: renewable electricity, H2 generation (technology, materials), infrastructure & storage, system integration, P2X, H2 combustion and fuel cells in mobility & transport, safety and innovative supply chains.
You can find us at booth A16, joining RVO and other ecosystem partners in a dedicated Dutch Pavilion.
Piotr PukalaFunctie:Senior Business Developer
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