Progress shown in EFC 2023.
The 10th edition of the “Piero Lunghi European Conference on Fuel Cells and Hydrogen” was held on the beautiful island of Capri from 13 to 15 September.
It was organised by ATENA (High Technology District in the field of Energy and Environment), ENEA (the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development), the University “Parthenope” of Naples and the University of Perugia.
During the event, Carlos Arié, Innovation Technician at Aragon Hydrogen Foundation, presented the Life Zero Energy Mod project, with the intention of showing the general characteristics and progress of the project.
The presentation of the project took place during the session “Integrated hydrogen systems”, where he highlighted Hydrogen: a storage solution of renewable energy for habitable mobile modules, through the Life Zero Energy Mod project.
EFC 2023 welcomed more than 300 participants from all over the world and has established itself as the main Italian event on hydrogen and fuel cells, attracting selected and valuable visitors from all over the world and especially from the most active countries in this field.
The event has delved into pioneering research and explored innovative solutions through diverse perspectives and expertise in the world of H2.
It has been an enjoyable and interesting journey through the world of H2&FC, through stimulating debates, valuable insights and forging new connections within our professional community.