May 22 + 23, 2019
Vancouver, Canada


The f-cell+HFC consists of several elements such as plenary sessions, sessions, workshops and topic tables.

Stay tuned for the next Workshop Announcements!

A special highlight is the workshop of CHBC and CHFCA:

CHBC & CHFCA Ports Workshop – May 21, 2019, 13:00 – 17:00

The California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) and Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) will host a half-day workshop to discuss the current hydrogen and fuel cell activities in ports and maritime, hear the needs and challenges from port and maritime customers of ports in the Northwest to reduce their emission footprint. The workshop will have presentations from port authorities, terminal operators, trucking companies, and hydrogen and fuel cell technology providers.

Transitioning to Fuel Cell Electric Buses – May, 23, 13:00–16:30, Parksville

Zero-emission buses are critical for the future of public transit. A Fuel Cell Electric Bus – “the other electric bus” – is a true no-compromise replacement for conventional buses. They are proven, provide a range of up to 300 miles and full route flexibility, can be refueled in about 10 minutes and have proven their durability with stack lifetimes of over 30,000 hours. The half-day workshop will describe the status of technology, vehicles, fuel supply and fueling infrastructure and provide insights from existing FCEB deployments, operators and end-users in Canada, California and Europe.

CHBC & CHFCA Ports Workshop

May, 21, 13:00–17:00, Junior Ballroom CD

Session Chair: Cory Shumaker

California Hydrogen Business Council, USA


Fuel cell port equipment

Gus Block
Nuvera Fuel Cells, LLC, United States of America

Terminal tractors

Ben Nyland
Loop Energy, Canada

Closing remarks

Dr. Andreas Truckenbrodt
Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, Canada

Transitioning to Fuel Cell Electric Buses

May, 23, 13:00–16:30, Parksville

Session Chair: Jaimie Levin

CTE Center for Transportation & the Environment, USA


Jens Conrad
Regionalverkehr Köln GmbH, Germany

Canadian urban transit projects