Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the Universe, is an energy carrier that can be produced from a variety of sources - such as renewable biomass and intermittent solar, wind and hydro energies. This versatility enables hydrogen the potential to become a central integrating element, alongside electricity, in the future decentralized energy systems.
On the technology front, fuel cells are devices that generate electricity from a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen, with only by-product water. Clean and efficient, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) hold great promise for sustainable mobility and meeting the Paris Agreement.
Jointly organized by the IHFCA and SAE-China, the International Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Congress (FCVC) is the premier international summit for the hydrogen fuel cell (HFC) and auto industries. Since its launch in 2016, this annual Congress has seen growing influence and brought together global business leaders and technology developers at the vanguard of HFC innovation and sustainable transportation.