Upcoming Events

European Hydrogen Week 2023

20.11.2023 to 24.11.2023

Following the success of the European Hydrogen Week 2022, we are delighted to announce the next edition that will take place between 20 – 24 November in Brussels. While more information about the event will be announced in the early months of 2023, do not hesitate to already secure your exhibition space. More information on the exhibition prices and reservation form can be found on the link below. 


Bus2Bus 2024

24.04.2024 to 25.04.2024

BUS2BUS as an industry event and business platform for the German and European bus and supplier industry is focused on the future of sustainable and innovative mobility. With its combination of Trade Show, an informative program consisting of the Future Forum and the bdo Congress, as well as the BUS2Specials with workshops, startup pitches and exhibitor presentations, BUS2BUS covers the entire spectrum of future technologies and shows the latest trends and innovations in the bus industry.

Past Events

Contemporary and innovative solutions for zero-emission urban transport


On 16 May, during the H2POLAND fair in Poznań. The conference entitled "Contemporary and innovative solutions for zero-emission urban transport" will be held. Financing, implementation, and previous experience in the implementation of hydrogen buses are the topics that will dominate the discussion and expert presentations. Partners of the JIVE 2 project will join the conference to share the early results and learning from the JIVE/JIVE2/MERHLIN projects.

Towards zero-emission public transport with fuel cell buses: experiences and next steps


We all agree that the future of public transport should be zero-emission! Europe has to achieve 55 per cent net emission reductions by 2030 and net zero by 2050. Fuel cell buses are part of the solution. Much progress has been made towards the deployment and commercialisation of fuel cell buses, thanks to the initiatives of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership. 3Emotion is one of the first fuel cell bus projects supported by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership. The project has deployed 29 fuel cell buses at seven public transport operators at five sites in Europe since 2015.