H2 Hydrogen World Congress 2024 is the largest gathering that brings together influential global energy leaders and government representatives. Its primary aim is to accelerate the growth of hydrogen businesses worldwide, playing a significant role in advancing the energy transition to meet the ambitious climate goals set for 2030 and 2050.
If you are considering participating but uncertain about its relevance to your industry, take a closer look at the prestigious lineup of attendees. This overview will help you gauge how your industry could benefit from participating in this significant event.
All the professionals seeking hydrogen energy partners and services because of its potential to transform the way energy challenges are addressed:
From which sectors?
Energy and Utilities: Energy companies and utilities are exploring hydrogen as a form of renewable energy storage and as an alternative to decarbonize energy production.
Transportation: The transportation sector, including passenger vehicles, public transport, freight, and logistics, is seeking hydrogen partners to develop hydrogen refueling infrastructure and fuel cell technologies for hydrogen electric vehicles.
Heavy Industry and Manufacturing: Sectors such as steelmaking, chemical, cement, and manufacturing are interested in using hydrogen as a clean fuel and raw material to reduce carbon emissions in their production processes.
Building and Residential: The construction industry and residential sector are seeking renewable and sustainable energy solutions, including hydrogen-based heating and electricity systems.
Technology and Research: Technology companies, as well as research and development institutions, are looking for hydrogen partners to develop innovative technologies, improve fuel cell efficiency, and explore new uses for hydrogen.
Agriculture and Food: In agriculture, hydrogen is being researched as a clean energy source for agricultural machinery, and in the food industry, it is considered as a sustainable alternative for fertilizer production.