The BE-HyFE project will be represented during this conference, both on 16th and 17th May in Brussels!
The Embassy of France in Belgium, Grand Est-Europe, the Representation of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union, the Irène and Frédéric Joliot-Curie House, Campus France and their partners are pleased to invite you to the conference “HYDROGEN: HOW TO DECARBONISE EUROPE TOGETHER, BEYOND BORDERS? » on the 16th and 17th of May 2022 in Brussels. This event is organised on the occasion of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union (PFUE).
“HYDROGEN: HOW TO DECARBONISE EUROPE TOGETHER, BEYOND BORDERS?” aims to offer researchers, entrepreneurs, political decision-makers and hydrogen specialists from the Rhine-Meuse basin the opportunity to meet, discuss, inspire each other and build strategic partnerships. The event will thus promote cross-border and European cooperation, making it possible to strengthen the European dynamic in this area.
ALREADY MORE THAN 200 HYDROGEN SPECIALISTS REGISTERED!
For more information and to register: www.H2conference.eu
The event is free and will take place in person:
- Monday 16th of May 2022 at Maison Irène et Frédéric Joliot-Curie, Rue du Trône 100, 1050 Brussels (PROGRAM FOR 16 MAY)
- Tuesday 17th of May 2022 at the Representation of the Land Baden-Württemberg to the EU, 60 rue Belliard, 1040 Brussels (PROGRAM FOR 17 MAY)
Simultaneous translation in French and English will be provided on the 16th of May, and in French, German and English on the 17th of May.
Present your project! / Call for contributions!
During the symposium, a poster session will be organised to present research projects, as well as projects of infrastructure, business and administrations. All participants will have the opportunity to discover initiatives related to hydrogen that are working for the transformation of the territory. (https://www.grandest.eu/come-and-present-your-h2-project/). Around fifty projects will be selected by the organisers.
This event is organised with the support of the French Embassies in Germany and Switzerland as well as the French Institutes in the Netherlands and Luxembourg.