Clean energy transition 4

Energy Digitalization: A Key Enabling Technology for the Clean Energy Transition

Prof. Fei Gao, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles and Clean Energy Transition Outlooks


I'm committed to fostering sustainability by advancing technologies for future electrified energy and transport systems. Passionate about fuel cell system design and architecture optimization, modern power electronics, and digital twin technologies, I apply these to electric transport and distributed generation, aiming to significantly contribute to a more sustainable future.

ATTENDANCE  10:00 a.m  12:00 

Luxembourg Learning Centre
7, Ënnert den Héichiewen, 4361 Esch-sur-Alzette

Room: Ellipse

ABSTRACT Hydrogen Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cell is considered today as a promising technology for low-carbon transport applications. The successful deployment of fuel cell technology in automotive sector is a key element to reach out the European Union’s CO2 emission goal by 2050. After years of developments by research institutions and enterprises, the automotive fuel cell technology has gradually introduced to the market since 2015. 
In this lecture, we will explore together the key technologies of modern commercial fuel cell electric vehicles, such as Toyota Mirai 1 and 2, etc. The place of fuel cell technology in our future low-carbon transports and the main challenges will be discussed."
CONTENTS •    What is a hydrogen fuel cell?
•    From fuel cell stack to fuel cell system
•    History and new wave of development
•    Comparison with other clean energy transport solutions
•    Today’s commercial fuel cell vehicles
•    State of the art and challenges
•    What will be the (likely) future?


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