EFC - European Fuel Cell

In December 2005 the “1st European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Conference” took place in Rome and was attended by an incredibly broad group of advanced professionals and students in the fuel cell area of research.

 

The 6th edition of the Conference moved to Naples. The EFC’15 was organized by ATENA, ENEA, University of Perugia and “Parthenope” University of Naples.

Virtual Conference, 15th – 17th December 2021

Chaired by: Dr. Stephen J. McPhail, Dr. Viviana Cigolotti, ENEA, Italy

The European Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Piero Lunghi Conference – EFC21 aims to discuss the scientific progress and the most modern applications of hydrogen and fuel cell-based technologies, to prove that the need for change is a resource to cultivate. Such a view is reflected in the cross-cutting topics and wide range of applications considered one of the pillars of future European energy and transport systems, making a valued contribution to the transformation to a low carbon economy by 2050.

EFC21 will continue the strong tradition as one of the leading international conferences in the field of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, providing an excellent opportunity to present recent technical progress, establish new contacts, and to exchange technical, industrial and business information.

EFC21, arriving at its 9th edition, aims to bring together academia, research world, industry, public sector to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells technologies and clean energy. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered, and solutions adopted in the fields of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell technologies and clean energy.

Organized by: ATENA, ENEA, University of Perugia and “Parthenope” University of Naples.
Chaired by: Stephen J. McPhail and Viviana Cigolotti.

EFC - European Fuel Cell 2019

EFC19

The 8th edition of the “European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference” was held in Naples (Italy), from 9th to 11th Dec. 2019. EFC19 welcomed more than 400 participants from all over the world and established it as the premier Italian fuel cell event attracting targeted, high-value visitors from all around the world and, especially, from the most active Countries in the sector, including the US, Germany, Japan, Korea, Russia, India, Africa and China.

Organized by: ATENA, ENEA, University of Perugia and “Parthenope” University of Naples.
Chairman: Angelo Moreno.

EFC - European Fuel Cell 2017

EFC17

The 7th edition of the “European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference & Exhibition,” EFC17, was held in Naples (Italy), from 12th to 15th Dec. 2017. It was In accordance with the positive trend of past editions, EFC17 welcomed more than 350 participants from all over the world. Covering the entire spectrum of research, development, demonstration and deployment, 150 lectures and 100 posters were selected for their significance, presenting the latest achievements and updated perspectives in fuel cell technology.

Organized by: ATENA, ENEA, University of Perugia and “Parthenope” University of Naples.
Chairman: Angelo Moreno.

EFC - European Fuel Cell 2015

EFC15

The 6th edition of the “European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference & Exhibition,” EFC15, welcomed more than 300 participants from all over the world, with 140 lectures and 100 posters presenting the latest achievements and updated perspectives in fuel cell technology. The core part of the event focused on material development, laboratory tests and modeling as well as looking at innovative fuels, fuel processing and system design. Environmental issues specifically addressed in certain fuel cell applications were part of the “decarbonizing society” track. Once again, many new ideas and concepts were offered for presentation at EFC15, with a special full-day session dedicated to the evolving world of microbial fuel cells.

Organized by: ATENA, ENEA, University of Perugia and “Parthenope” University of Naples.
Chairman: Angelo Moreno.

EFC - European Fuel Cell

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