Welcome to HFC Nordic

Welcome to HFC Nordic 2022 – the conference that gathers Nordic and global stakeholders within the field of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

The HFC Nordic conference was postponed from the original dates in 2020 due to the pandemic, but will now go ahead on November 8-9th in Copenhagen, Denmark.

At this 1½-day conference there will be interesting presentations, inspiring debats, break-out sessions and plenty of opportunities for informal networking. We will explore all links along the hydrogen and fuel cell value chain with specific emphasis on the transport sector.

The Nordic region is an international powerhouse for the green transition and with the region’s dedication to combating climate change through significant renewable energy production and technological innovation, the Nordic countries have immense opportunities to lead the world on the development and implementation of sustainable hydrogen and fuel cell solutions. 

We will examine this development, highlight all the successes and debate how to advance the application of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in all parts of the energy system and all over the world.

Agenda for the HFC Nordic conference

The agenda will be updated regularly as it falls into place. It will be a mix of presentations, debates and group discussions. We will gather stakeholders from the realm of policy, research and industry across the Nordics. 

There is a 20% discount for an over-night stay at Hotel Ottilia for participants of the conference. Simply use the code “EASYPEASY” when booking.

Confirmed speakers

We are proud to present the first confirmed speakers for the HFC Nordic conference. More names will be added shortly and made public continuously.

Registration

Registration for the HFC Nordic conference is now open!

There is an Early Bird discount for registration before September 26th 2022. The registration fee which covers both the conference as well as breakfast, lunch, wine-hour and dinner on day one, and breakfast and lunch on day two is 2.375,00 DKK incl. VAT.

For registrations afther September 26th the fee will be  2.875,00 DKK incl. VAT.

The number of participants we can accommodate is limited to please make sure to register quickly and secure your seat.

The Venue

Centered around the original Carlsberg Brewery, Carlsberg City District – or Carlsberg Byen – is one of the most interesting urban developments in Copenhagen. The old building with their original industrial features have been preserved so the neighbourhood is an eclectric mix between old and new, original and innovative. Hotel Ottilia is a thoroughly modern hotel but with all the charm and history of the old industry building. 

The HFC Nordic conference will be taking place in the hotel’s conference hall with break-out sessions in several of the smaller group and lounge areas.

Please note that we have an agreement with Hotel Ottilia and can offer a 20% discount on an over-night stay at the hotel in connection with the conference.

Simply use the code “EASYPEASY” when booking your room  at www.brochner-hotels.dk.

How to get to the venue

Hotel Ottilia 

The hotel Ottilia is located by the old Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen, which is now a fashionable residential area in a pulsating part of the city. 

The Ottilia offers both the venue for the conference and beautiful accomodation for participants. 

Metro:

Take the M2 metro to “Vanløse” and change at “Kongens Nytorv” to the M3 (“Cityringen”) and get off at “Enghave Plads” (first stop after Copenhagen Central Station). From there it is about an 800 meter walk to the hotel.

Read more about the metro here.

S-train:

You can also take the S-train to Carlsberg Station which is approximately 500 meters from the hotel. 

Read more about the S-trains here.

The Next Wave project

The HFC Nordic conference is partly attached to the Nordic Innovation project Next Nordic Green Transport Wave – Large Vehicles (Next Wave).

The goal for Next Wave is to further stimulate the global technological lead, which the Nordic countries have by stimulating the very first hydrogen infrastructure roll-out for larger vehicles while at the same time map how the infrastructure build-up needs to be done, so that the transition to hydrogen vehicles can happen smoothly.

Such roll-out will also benefit the use of hydrogen for trains and the maritime sector.

In the Nordic region we have the unique opportunity to produce the hydrogen in a green manner exploiting renewable electricity production.

Read more about the Next Wave project phases I and II and find all project reports regarding the roll-out of HFC heavy duty transport at Nordic Innovation here.

The Next Wave project is funded by Nordic Innovation.

the next wave constortium