The Venue: 
The 6th EUROPEAN PEFC & ELECTROLYSER FORUM 2017 is tradtionally held in Lucerne in conjunction with the FC&H2 EXHIBITION and a FC&H2 TUTORIAL. The conference centre is a well known location on the pituresque waterfront of the Lake Lucerne, easy to reach from the railroad station and within a short distance from many hotels.  


6th EUROPEAN PEFC & Electrolyser FORUM

4 - 7  July 2017,  Lucerne (Switzerland) Get Calendar Entry
Adjacent to the auditorium a technical Fuel Cell & Hydrogen (FC&H2) exhibition will be held. FC&H2 industry and developers, suppliers, equipment providers, research laboratories, ... show their products and services and meet their current and future clients.



• Systems • Materials • Control devices • Diagnostic tools • Prototypes
• System components • Production technology • Research results

• Related hardware • Stack • Qualification and test benches

• ....... and many more


Free entrance and open to the public

The exhibition is open to the public. Exhibitors should feel free to invite familiar customers or new clients to Lucerne.

Opening hours


16-18 h

Wednesday and Thursday

09-18 h


09-12 h

In 2015, more than 30 international companies and laboratories showcased their products and applications at the exhibition and demonstration area.

The EUROPEAN PEFC & Electrolyser FORUM is known for its relaxed atmosphere, good food services and unique entertainment. Social gatherings like the "Swiss Surprise" or the "Dinner on the Lake" on board beautifully restored paddle wheel steamers create excellent opportunities for networking and to cultivate old and new friendships.

Your target clientele:
More than 400 international experts - engineers, developers, scientists, politicans, users, journalists, professors and students from all parts of the world benefit from the opportunity
- to maintain running and new partnerships with you,
- to exchange needs, experiences and visions about your products,
- to establish business contacts and set-up new projects or
- to find employment positions.

The exhibition is also a platform for regions and international technical projects to show and exchange experiences and to create new connections. In the past, the European Fuel Cell Forum events have also been a trading place for intellectual property, patents and licenses.