World Fuel Cell Conference (WFCC) is established under the auspice of the
International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE) as an umbrella
organization to lead and coordinate the information dissemination related to
hydrogen and fuel cell R&D activities, development, advancement and
education. The conference is organized by IAHE Fuel Cell Division, hosted by
the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) and the Canadian Hydrogen and
Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA).
The WFCC is a multidisciplinary conference on the latest development and
advancement of hydrogen and fuel cells, and provides a forum for the exchange
of the latest scientific and technical information, for the dissemination of
high-quality research results, and for the debate and shaping of future
directions and priorities in hydrogen fuel cell science, technology,
engineering, application and commercialization. This conference is targeting
technical issues and interconnections between fuel cells and hydrogen.
The conference features speakers from both academia and industry, networking
opportunities and a virtual 3MT contest.