JSAE 2023 in Yokohama: Fuel Cells, Hydrogen Parts

Hydrogen engines, FC module, V2X, charging, and measurement equipment



  The Automotive Engineering Exposition 2023 was held at Pacifico Yokohama convention and exhibition center from May 24 to 26, 2023.

  According to the Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc. (JSAE), the organizer of the Expo, there were 63,810 registered visitors over the three days, an increase of nearly 50% from the 43,665 visitors last year. The venue was quite crowded at certain times of the day, although it did not reach the scale as before COVID when there were more than 90,000 visitors.

  This report introduces fuel cells (FC), hydrogen-related parts, hydrogen engines, V2X, external power supply devices, charging and discharging devices, measurement instruments, testing equipment, strain and temperature measurement related products, etc.

View of the venue (Toyoda Gosei) View of the venue (Toyo Denki Seizo)
View of the venue (Toyoda Gosei) View of the venue (Toyo Denki Seizo)


JSAE 2023 in Yokohama: Archives of past exhibits reports

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Smart Energy Week Spring 2023: FC Units, Hydrogen-related Solutions (Apr. 2023)
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