World Smart Energy Week Spring 2022: Electrification Technologies (1) FC EXPO
FCVs, FC Stacks, Tanks, FC-related Products - 18th International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo
- FCVs and applied FC products (Toyota Group, Honda R&D, Tokyo R&D, HySUT)
- FC stacks, hydrogen tanks (Plastic Omnium, Faurecia, Yachiyo Industry, Tomoe Shokai, Teijin, JFE, Space Walker)
- FC powertrain components (Bosch, IHI)
- FC materials and methods (Kobelco, Irisu, Fuji Industries)
- Hydrogen filling equipment, filler nozzles (Tatsuno, Tokico, Hamai)
The 18th International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo, run in conjunction with World Smart Energy Week Spring 2022 (March 16-18, 2022), was held at Tokyo Big Sight. Although there were a few booths with only panels and no explanation staff, the number of booths with format similar to those before COVID-19 increased. The venue returned to the East Hall, which was also busy. According to the organizer, RX Japan, the total number of visitors to the concurrent exhibition was 41,751 (3-day total), which is lower than the 66,576 visitors in 2019 (before COVID-19), but up from the 28,345 visitors last year.
This report introduces the exhibits including FCVs (fuel cell vehicles), FC (fuel cell) stacks and tanks, and FC-related components displayed at the 18th International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo (FC EXPO Spring) as the Electrification Technologies (1) of World Smart Energy Week 2022 Spring.
|Toyota's FC module exhibition booth||Honda FC power unit prototype exhibit|
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