Held at the Brussels Expo, this annual event is billed as the biggest in Europe. It brings together the entire industry and key players, in particular from the European Commission.
The European Hydrogen Week 2023 is co-organised by the European Commission, Hydrogen Europe and the Clean Energy Partnership. After a successful 2022 edition (over 3,200 hydrogen sector players, 150 speakers and 120 exhibitors), the programme promises to be even richer. While visitors have access to the exhibition and B2B meetings, it is the high-level conference that is the most popular.
Decision-makers and the cream of the industry
And with good reason, decision-makers such as Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, will be attending the European Hydrogen Week 2023. Among the speakers will be Maros Sefcovic (Vice-President in charge of the Green Deal), Kadri Simson (Energy Commissioner), ministers (Roland Lescure, French Minister for Industry; Tine van der Straeten, Belgian Minister for Energy; Terje Aasland, Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy), Members of the European Parliament and directors or representatives of major companies (Engie, Enagas, Airbus, Genvia, H2Fly, Linde Engineering, John Cockerill, Nel, Thyssenkrupp Nucera).
The French will come in numbers at the European Hydrogen Week
The French contingent includes Valérie Bouillon-Delporte from Michelin (who will be chairing a round table), Jean-Christophe Béziat from Hyvia, Damien Eyriès from Technip Energies, Corinne Dubruel from HSL Technologies and Jean-Claude Joyeux from Air Liquide. L’oréal group will also be present at this event, as representative of the *ALICE.
The main organiser will be Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, CEO of Hydrogen Europe. He will be both speaker and discussions moderator.
As one of the media partners, we will take you through the event as if you were there.
*Alliance for Logistics Innovation through Collaboration in Europe.
Do you want to find out more about other hydrogen events? Then our online calendar of upcoming H2 events should be of interest to you. You can have a look at it here.
Article written by Laurent Meillaud and translated by Logan King