From 19th to 20th October, Graebener® Bipolar Plate Technologies will be present at the Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe in Bremen with its own booth (hall 5, booth no. 7175).
With its theme of "Overcoming The Technical Challenges In The Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Sector," the two-day show is dedicated to the technical and economic challenges that need to be overcome in order to further advance hydrogen to its full potential as a key element in reducing global CO₂ emissions.
The main topics, which are divided into five tracks, include sustainable hydrogen production and coal utilization, as well as infrastructure, fuel and fuel cell production. With over 165 renowned speakers and more than 300 exhibitors, Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe has become one of the must-attend cross-industry events, showcasing technological progress and visions along the entire value chain.
Fabian Kapp is given a very special role here. The Managing Director of Gräbener Maschinentechnik GmbH & Co. KG will not only guide through the morning's speeches on October 19th, but will also give a presentation himself under the title "From Plate to Process to Plant. Metallic Bipolar Plates for Fuel Cells - How to Choose the Right Production Technology" starting at 09:50 am.
Kapp will answer crucial questions about the costs and production processes of bipolar plates and will then take time for an in-depth Q&A with the audience.
Furthermore, Kapp will moderate the day's closing panel discussion, "Are Fuel Cells Now a Viable Challenger?" with Rüdiger Schweiss (Head of R&D Fuel Cell Components at SGL CARBON), Dr. David Hodgson (Managing Director at TFP HYDROGEN PRODUCTS LTD) and Sean Crespin (Head of Strategy and Marketing for Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Business at HORIBA), starting at 4:30 pm.
Get your ticket for Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe now and benefit from insights into the latest trends in hydrogen value as well as numerous opportunities to strategically expand your network within this constantly 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, you can download our brochure about the possibilities of economical production of bipolar plates here.