The first International Hydrogen Aviation Conference (IHAC 2020) will focus on the use of hydrogen in aviation, the associated benefits, and emerging challenges. The IHAC 2020 is the first event to be hosted in Glasgow, Scotland. The event is an opportunity to connect with experts in the industry and an open invitation to all stakeholders to participate in the next wave of hydrogen in aviation.
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Cross-Industry Leaders Set to Convene to Discuss Hydrogen Industry Roadmap in Asia-Pacific
Industry leaders from the aviation, shipping, heavy industry, transport, investment and other sectors are set to meet with government representatives at the 1st Annual Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Summit on 24-26 November 2020 with the common goal of sharing advancements and discussing cross-sector partnerships that could accelerate the hydrogen industry roll-out in the region.
The Sustainable Energy Council in partnership with the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association invite you to attend the First Annual Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Summit on 24-26 November 2020.
Taking place entirely online, the event offers you the most cost and time effective way to meet, network, showcase and generate new business leads to develop your hydrogen business and position your brand as a leader in this growing industry.
With an impressive speaker lineup including Government, Industry and Research representatives, the Summit is your one-stop connection to key contacts and latest insights on technology, projects, policies and strategies to expand your business and play your part in the Energy Transition.
As a member of the International Hydrogen Aviation Association you can access an exclusive 10% discount with the code HYBRID10 simply book online or get in touch with our team for help with your registration and discount. Email us on:
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