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International hydrogen and fuel cell leaders plan to gather in Edmonton in May 25-26

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Themes for 2022 will include hydrogen blending, power generation and storage, transportation, export markets, and industrial processes.

EDMONTON — Industry leaders will gather at the annual f-cell Canada International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Event in Edmonton, Alberta on May 25-26, 2022. Now in its fourth year, the conference attracts Canadian and international attendees from across the hydrogen and fuel cell sectors, industry, government and academia. Themes for 2022 will include hydrogen blending, power generation and storage, transportation, export markets, and industrial processes.

The organizing team for f-cell Canada 2022 announced two strategic partners: the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association returns with its industry membership to further advance the use of clean hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, and Edmonton Global, the economic development corporation for the Edmonton Metropolitan Region, will showcase the emerging North American hydrogen economy.

f-cell Canada announced the co-location with Solar & Storage Canada 2022, from the event organizers of RE+ (formerly SPI, ESI, & Smart Energy Week) – offering participants from each conference access to both international trade show floors. The SES 2022 event examines solar and energy storage with an ongoing entrepreneurial approach to foster business growth among participants and collectively identify ways to move the clean energy industry forward.

As a part of the worldwide f-cell Series hosted by Messe Stuttgart, f-cell Canada’s B2B event serves to facilitate participant engagement around the development and expanded use of both hydrogen and fuel cells. Industry leaders and recent start-ups will build their networks through a range of conference plenaries and workshops, while viewing the latest products and services in the expanded International Trade Fair.


Roland Bleinroth, CEO, Messe Stuttgart said, “For all those who focus on a secure energy supply, industrial applications in production processes and clean mobility, f-cell Canada is an indispensable meeting point for the hydrogen and fuel cell industries. The Messe Stuttgart team is thrilled to bring the f-cell Conference and Trade Show – hosted in Germany for over 20 years – to Canada and other leading regions of the world.”

Mark Kirby, President and CEO, Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association said, “Hydrogen technologies have made remarkable progress and will be a key part of a net-zero energy economy. The f-cell Canada event is the place where we come together, learn what is new, and make important connections that will further advance hydrogen technologies and the hydrogen future we need.”


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