EFCF-2021 | June 2021

25th EFCF Conference in Series with Tutorials & Exhibition

The promotion of electrolyser, Fuel Cell & Hydrogen technologies through conference, literature & media, is the sole purpose of the European Electrolyser & Fuel Cell Forum (EFCF). The Forum is a high level exchange platform, & provides technical sessions, keynotes from internationally renowned speakers, an industry exhibition & tutorials. Also the organization of international project meetings is supported & as a key added value for networking, the very popular EFCF recreational events take place in the charming & inspirational area of Lake Lucerne. The EFCF has a heritage of more than 25 years! Already in 1994, the 1st Electrolyser & Fuel Cell Forum attracted leading international speakers as well as a global audience, the base for establishing a high quality conference series.

The EFCF 2021, the 25th edition, focuses on Low Temperature Electrolysers, Fuel Cells, Electrolysers & H2 Processing – Research, Development & Application. The Forum covers “Hydrogen & Direct Fuel Cells, H2 Processing, Water Electrolysis & CO2 Reduction. The EFCF 2022, will focus again on Solid Oxide Technologies, covering High Temperature Fuel Cells, Electrolysers & Membrane reactors.

The Electrolyser & Fuel Cell Forum invites more than 10,000 stakeholders to participate in this internationally recognised event. Held virtually this year due to the still sanitary situation, the organisational team strives to transmit the spirit of Lucerne to the Community through virtual channels, as already successfully done in October 2020. The well put together program with dynamic exchanges in smaller groups in between did arouse the interest of all over several days. This year some 180 contributions and posters will be presented in 28 partially parallel sessions over the course of 3 intensive & stimulating days. ANIONE will be represented in a paper about Green hydrogen production by innovative membrane electrolysis technologies by its project coordinator Dr. Antonino Salvatore Arico and his colleagues The conference takes place in two parallel streams/webinars, with the high level technical program & opportunities for Q&A.

Please have a look at the agenda on the website of EFCF here