Hydrogen is not the future. Hydrogen is now. 

The World Hydrogen Congress is the annual meeting place for senior decision-makers right across the hydrogen production and distribution value chain. An outstanding executive line up augmented by strong association support from both the blue and green hydrogen markets is leading to what promises to be a unique event for all hydrogen executives. The World Hydrogen Congress invites you to be part of an innovative platform of thought leaders, exchanges and debates between key hydrogen stakeholders, technology & science providers and world-leading industry views in just 2 intense, information-rich days.


Learn from the best
T he World Hydrogen Congress boasts a spectacular line up of 70+ industry thought leaders covering the whole hydrogen value chain. You will hear from policymakers, regulators & ministers to Managing Directors of hydrogen and CTOs for hydrogen technologies. See the full list of speakers
Enjoy new formats
C ongresses are not all about powerpoints. Alongside in-depth panels, interviews, fireside chats and solo presentations, enjoy PechaKucha presentations: 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each so speakers must be concise and fast-paced. Take a look at the full agenda.
Keep up-to-date
K nown since the 1700s as the simplest element on earth, hydrogen is light, storable, and reactive. It will also prove to be a key ingredient in fuelling the decarbonisation of our economy. Keep up-to-date with the latest insights and white papers from Green Power
Get involved
M eet the entire clean energy ecosystem, including developers, off-takers, EPC contractors, consultants, government stakeholders, installers and integrators. Find out how your company be part of the Worl Hydrogen Congress in 2020.


“The conferences are an excellent place to meet colleagues and clients, hear about new market trends and upcoming challenges and opportunities. As a global sponsor, First Climate has received outstanding media coverage and we were able to meet the people we do business with”

Dr Sascha Lafeld, First Climate