Scope of the Forum
The EFCF 2023 will be concerned with low-temperature hydrogen and direct liquid fuel cells including PEM, HT-PEM, AFC, PAFC and AEM-based systems; water electrolysis based on PEM, AEL and AEM; materials and technologies for CO2 reduction. The conference motto is: "From fundamental science to accelerated integration". The topics that will be covered encompass the fundamental understanding of relevant materials and interfacial phenomena; the complex interplay of reaction kinetics with the transport of mass, heat and water; advanced modelling and diagnostics; accelerated materials development; all the way to the implementation and demonstration in real-world devices, requiring optimized engineering design, system integration and testing; topics related to H2 purification, (de-) humidification and compression will be featured as well.
The 27th edition of this highly successful series of conferences, that started in 1994, continues the tradition as the primary international event promoting frontier-type scientific and industrial developments in these fields. The forum has evolved meanwhile into one of the largest international meetings and a leading venue in Europe dedicated to the scientific and technical exchange on hydrogen fuel cells and electrolysers. It offers scientists, engineers and manufactures alike an excellent platform to present and discuss recent progress, industrial achievements and inventions and to expand their network of contacts. Your presence and contributions in the unique setting of the EFCF 2023 meeting will create new opportunities for you and the community.
Technical Status and Achievements
EFCF is very proud that the following companies have presented at the previous EFCF Events:
Automotive OEM: Audi, BMW, Daimler, Fiat, Hyundai, Honda, Nissan, Renault, Toyota
Electrolyser and Hydrogen Industry: AirLiquide, AREVA/Helion, Giner, Hydrogenics, IHT, ITM, Linde, NEL/Proton OnSite: Shell, Siemens
Technical programme - Chairs