« Charlemagne Building » Rue de la Loi 170, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium



The Fuel cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) is very pleased to invite you to its annual 2016 Programme Review Days (21-22 November) and to the 9th edition of the Stakeholder Forum (23 November), which will take place  in the Charlemagne Building in Brussels.



The first two days will be dedicated to the FCH JU sixth edition of the Programme Review Days where the FCH JU programme’s progress will be assessed notably in relation to the targets of its  multi-annual and annual plans. This year, 100 FCH JU projects, covering topics in energy, transport and cross-cutting research and demonstration activities, are going to be presented through posters and/or oral presentations.

While the FCH JU programme’s advancements are becoming more and more tangible, the time is ripe to explore how key achievements impact and accelerate the mass deployment of fuel cells and hydrogen technologies, which is crucial to meet EU energy and climate targets.

The Stakeholder Forum will take place on the third day, focusing on the theme of Innovation for green society and growth. It will explore how fostering partnerships across different levels can impact and propel existing deployment strategies and/or give rise to new business cases and markets. Participants will have the opportunity to discover a rich programme of inspiring keynote talks, interactive sessions and will have plenty of room for networking. The Stakeholder Forum will gather industry players, European policy-makers and regulators, as well as ‘cross-sectorial’ energy stakeholders, key associations, utilities and civil society representatives.


Draft programmes and practical information (e.g. directions, accommodation) are available on the http://www.fch.europa.eu/ website in sections ‘Stakeholder Forum 2016’ and ‘Programme Review Days 2016’.

To register before the 14th November 2016 (13h00 Brussels time), click here.