April 1, 2020
Due to current developments concerning the corona virus (COVID-19), we have consulted with our partners and decided to further postpone f-cell+HFC 2020. We are pleased to have secured a new date of September 9+10, 2020, at the Vancouver Convention Centre to host this year’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Event.
Coronavirus safety measures during f-cell+HFC at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Read more here.
Two of the most successful hydrogen and fuel cell events, f-cell and HFC join together in Vancouver, Canada – the “cradle of fuel cells”. Renowned international specialists discuss solutions for clean energy with hydrogen and fuel cells as game changers during the 2-day conference and international trade fair. The intriguing and dynamic program brings the World’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Community together to create further projects and connections benefiting the industry for the years to come. f-cell+HFC 2020 Flyer
This 2-day interactive event is sure to inspire the international hydrogen and fuel cell community.
Comprised of a variety of modules – a conference, workshops, a trade fair, technical visits and an evening event – this networking event sets its focus on connecting people. The f-cell+HFC conference features international keynote speakers as well as more technical parallel sessions offering valuable knowledge and best practices for the main application areas: Logistics, Ports and operations, Power-to-Gas with Hydrogen solutions, Heavy duty vehicles, large-scale HRS. Interactive workshops offer room to explore applications in ports and buses in more detail.
The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) is a national, non-profit industry association that supports Canadian corporations, governments and academic institutions that are developing, demonstrating and deploying hydrogen and fuel cell products and services in Canada.
Our members work on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, components, systems supply and integration, fuelling systems, fuel storage, and engineering and financial services.
The mission of the CHFCA is to champion the Canadian hydrogen and fuel cell sector, strengthen its leadership and accelerate the commercialization of members’ products and services in Canada and abroad.
Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, the CHFCA has over 40 members and represents the majority of the stakeholders in Canada’s hydrogen and fuel cell sector.
Visit the CHFCA website to for more information at www.chfca.ca