The Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) is organizing the European Hydrogen Energy Conference (EHEC 2014) in Seville next week, from the 12th to the 14th of March, 2014.
Hydrogen is seen among energy and transport experts and companies as a promising candidate to become the main energy carrier of the future, along with electricity. Hydrogen fuel does not appear spontaneously in Nature, but can be produced from virtually all energy sources and transformed very efficiently into electricity by using the 21st Century power generators: fuel cells. Fuel cells can provide clean power to vehicles, homes, industries or any other applications; many companies know about it and invest in consequence. However, this is still a steadily improving technology and the scientific effort plays a crucial role in achieving even higher objectives.
The EHEC 2014 (www.ehec.info) is already a success with scientific works received from 40 countries, some of the most remarkable professionals confirmed as invited speakers and more than 300 professionals already registered. Apart from more than 150 specialized lectures, the EHEC will include a commercial exhibition where fuel cell and hydrogen related products and services will be showcased by companies and public institutions. You will find detailed contents in the official Conference Program.
Regarding the AeH2: www.aeh2.org
As a non-profit organization, the main purpose of the Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) is to advance the development of hydrogen technologies as energy vector and to promote its use in commercial and industrial applications. The AeH2 comprises a group of companies, as well as private and public institutions and people that share a common interest in achieving the association’s primary purpose. Included among its partners are the most active Spanish companies, institutions and researchers in these technologies.