Graebener® at the Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe in Bremen

Fabian Kapp
13 September 2023

From September 27 to 28, Graebener® Bipolar Plate Technologies will be present at the Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe in Bremen with their own booth (hall 5, booth-no. 5H40).

Searching for "Technologies & Solutions For A Low-Carbon Hydrogen Future", the two-day fair is dedicated to technical and economical approaches to fully position hydrogen as a key element in reducing global CO₂ emissions.

The five content priorities, each of which has its own conference track, include sustainable hydrogen production and safe carbon storage, as well as infrastructure, fuel and fuel cell production. Thanks to the numerous renowned speakers as well as over 550 exhibitors, the event in Bremen has long since become a must-attend cross-industry event where technological advances and visions are presented along the entire value chain.

Fabian Kapp will be given a very special role in this. In the third track of the event ("Fuel Cell Design, Development & Manufacturing"), the managing director of Graebener® Maschinentechnik will be part of the panel discussion "Technological Innovations in Fuel Cell Materials and Stack Design" on Sept. 28 from 11:40 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. (GMT+2).

Specifically, the panel focuses on current developments in fuel cell and stack design. In particular, it provides answers to questions about performance and durability as well as material selection, environmental aspects and cost reduction strategies.

Get your ticket for Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe now and benefit from insights into the latest trends in hydrogen value creation as well as numerous opportunities to strategically expand your network within this ever-growing industry. By the way, the visit of the exhibitor fair is completely free of charge.

If you would like to learn more about our work already now, you can download our brochure on the possibilities of economical production of bipolar plates here.

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