ICH2P-2020 – WHEC2022 – 23rd World Hydrogen Energy Conference

The 11th International Conference on Hydrogen Production (ICH2P-2020)

ICH2P-2020 will be under the umbrella of the WHEC-2020 this year. Thus, the time, location and committees are same with those of WHEC-2020. Once you register for WHEC-2020, you will also have access to ICH2P-2020. To submit an extended abstract, please click the button below. The abstract template and formatting instructions given for WHEC-2020 will be also used for ICH2P-2020.

The 11th International Conference on Hydrogen Production (ICH2P-2020) is a multi–disciplinary international conference on the production of hydrogen through various thermal, chemical, biological and other methods, as well as its use in various systems, including fuel cells. It will provide a forum for the exchange of latest advances and technical information, dissemination of new research developments in the areas of hydrogen production and usage, and debate involving the future directions and priorities in the hydrogen economy for a sustainable future. The conference will have particular value and interest to researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners who are working in the field of hydrogen production technologies, ranging from policy making and technical development to management and marketing. The main topics of the conference are given below.

  • Biological aspects of hydrogen production
  • Codes and standards
  • Concentrated solar hydrogen production
  • Demonstrations in developing countries
  • Education and training for hydrogen
  • Electrolysis
  • Environmental impact & Fuel cells
  • Gasification processes & Government policies on hydrogen
  • Greenhouse gas mitigation by hydrogen
  • Hydrogen economy & hydrogen infrastructure
  • Hydrogen production methods & hydrogen storage
  • Hydrogen technologies & hydrogen vehicles
  • International perspectives on hydrogen
  • Life cycle assessment & LC costing
  • Materials for hydrogen systems & Modeling and simulation
  • Nuclear-based hydrogen production
  • Potential for hydrogen in developing countries
  • Renewables and their use for hydrogen

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