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Hydrogen 2023

Amsterdam , Netherlands

Reuters Events Hydrogen 2023 conference and exhibition unites global public and private sector leaders - from energy producers, off-takers, financiers, technology providers and policymakers with one mission, to move hydrogen from pilot to full-scale bankable projects. Register now!

Green Hydrogen Summit

Lisbon , Portugal

The fourth annual Green Hydrogen Summit will return to Lisbon as Portugal’s premier Green Hydrogen event to inspire and educate delegates on how to take advantage of the opportunities Green Hydrogen will offer financially and environmentally and provide the connections to make it possible. Come and meet our unique audience of offtakers, energy suppliers, project developers, debt providers and investors, utilities, gas TSOs and government officials. Find out the agenda and register here!

Hydrogen & P2X 2023

Copenhagen , Denmark

This year, the Hydrogen & P2X conference will focus on topics like the latest regulations and policies, the transformation of existing grids and building new ones, hydrogen storage technologies, industrial applications of hydrogen, generation of clean energy and decarbonization of transport. Don't miss out and register here!



The European Commission aims for carbon neutrality by 2050, with hydrogen making up 20% of EU energy consumption. Hydrogen plays a crucial role in decarbonization and energy resilience. The H2Med project, supported by France, Spain, Portugal, and Germany, establishes a hydrogen corridor across Europe, transporting two million tonnes annually, accounting for 10% of EU hydrogen needs. This initiative strengthens Europe's energy infrastructure and contributes to carbon neutrality goals. Don't miss out and register here!

Connecting Green Hydrogen Europe 2023

Madrid , Spain

Connecting Green Hydrogen Europe 2023 is Europe's must-attend Conference and exhibition that brings together the entire hydrogen value chain to focus on developing solutions and innovations for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage and distribution, and applications in various stationary and mobile applications in Europe. You can learn all about it here.


Louvain-La-Neuve , Belgium

13th International Symposium on "Scientific Bases for the Preparation of Heterogeneous Catalysts" Every four years, the Université Catholique de Louvain and the KU Leuven jointly organise a symposium devoted to the scientific bases for the preparation of heterogeneous catalysts. The meeting brings together researchers from academia and industry and offers a forum for discussions on the chemistry involved in the preparation of industrial heterogeneous catalysts. Find out more here.


Radisson Collection Hotel Grand Place Bussels, Rue du Fosse aux Loups 47, Brussels, Brussels, Belgium

Accelerating Energy Sector Transformation: Key Technologies for Climate Neutrality. Europe’s energy sector is rapidly evolving toward climate neutrality. Despite new challenges, our commitment remains steadfast. The EU’s ambitious climate goals, coupled with the environmental impact of GHG emissions, health concerns, and the push for sustainable development, are driving energy companies to take ambitious actions. Stability in regulations and financial support is crucial for necessary investments. PKEE Energy Day aims to foster a high-level discussion on maintaining technological neutrality during this transformation. Key decision-makers will evaluate progress and address vital energy sector regulations. The focus is on European and Polish energy sector investments in renewable, nuclear, hydrogen, CCS/CCU and cutting-edge technologies for a sustainable climate-neutral future.

Navigating the energy transition – Implementing clean hydrogen initiatives in the EU

Brussels Network Office - International Press Centre Bd Charlemagne 1, Brussels, Brussels, Belgium

The future of Europe’s sustainability and decarbonization heavily relies on hydrogen, which offers flexibility and enables integration across energy systems, industry, and mobility. The EU Hydrogen Strategy and REPowerEU plan aim to import and produce millions of tons of hydrogen by 2030, targeting energy-intensive industries and hard-to-decarbonize sectors. The legislative process of the Hydrogen and Decarbonized Gas Market Package will shape the regulatory framework for the hydrogen value chain. To ensure successful transition, clear rules and support mechanisms must be established for the emerging hydrogen market. The EUROACTIV Hybrid Conference aims to address challenges and devise strategies for implementing hydrogen initiatives in the EU. Key questions include identifying obstacles in the hydrogen value chain and finding effective solutions, understanding how the regulatory framework can either facilitate or hinder hydrogen infrastructure development, and sharing Member States’ and EU-level strategies and best practices to streamline implementation and drive hydrogen project advancement. Join  to assist! Join also online here!

Hydrogen Technology EXPO

Messe, Bremen Findorffstrasse 101, Bremen, Germany

Presenting the world’s largest trade fair for hydrogen technologies, materials, components, and engineering solutions, the Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe stands as the premier conference and exhibition exclusively dedicated to exploring cutting-edge advancements in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. This event serves as a hub for the entire hydrogen value chain, focusing on the development of solutions and innovations for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage and distribution, and their diverse applications in both stationary and mobile settings. Regster here!

(Bio)methane cracking: solutions for carbon-negative hydrogen and solid carbon production


Three European-funded innovation projects will present some of their solutions for methane cracking to usable hydrogen and carbon materials during an online workshop, followed by a panel discussion on synergies, replication potential, and technology uptake in the sector. Because green hydrogen production is essential towards the carbon-neutrality targets set for 2050, STORMING, TITAN, and COLDSPARK come together to present some of their possible solutions. Don't miss out on the chance to be part of the discussion! Register here! Agenda: 10:00 - Setting the scene: Green hydrogen production for Europe Piero Carlo Dos Reis, DG Clima 10:15 - Solutions: Terje Hauan, Cold plasma (COLDSPARK) David Farrusseng, Microwave-heated catalytic reactors (TITAN) Patricia Benito, Structured, iron-based reactors (STORMING) 11:15 - Panel discussion on synergies, replication and technology uptake (market opportunities and obstacles). Adélio Mendes, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto (112CO2 project) Marina Pasteris, EBA Technical and Project Officer Anton Scholten, Hygear Professor Zhixin Yu, UiS Moderator: Dusan Jakovljevic, Policy Director, EEIP    

Hydrogen emissions – What implications for the green transition?


The European Union is committed to using hydrogen to meet its climate goals, aiming for carbon neutrality by 2050. However, hydrogen use can pose climate challenges depending on its production and management. Join here Euroctiv Virtual Conference to explore the latest hydrogen emissions research and their consequences. Questions to be addressed: How can industries reduce hydrogen emissions across the supply chain? What are the key policy opportunities and measures to limit hydrogen emissions in the next five years? How can we best utilize investments, including from the EU Hydrogen Bank, to mitigate risks? What recent hydrogen technology advancements are shaping its usage? What lessons from other countries can the EU consider in effectively utilizing hydrogen technology?

Hydrogen Week & Flagship event

The European Hydrogen Week is the biggest annual event dedicated to hydrogen with a series of great events all around hydrogen. The week sees a common cooperation and effort of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and its members: the European Commission, Hydrogen Europe, and Hydrogen Europe Research. Find all about it here!