Cooperating Institutions

International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE)

Since 1974 the International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE) has worked to achieve the goal of Abundant Clean Energy for Mankind. And the means to reach this goal is hydrogen. IAHE has an official scientific journal, the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, published by Elsevier, and organizes the World Hydrogen Energy Conference and the World Hydrogen Technology Convention. It also publishes a quarterly newsletter. Furthermore, it commits to informing the public about the important role of Hydrogen Energy in planning an inexhaustible and clean energy system.

Hydrogen Energy Systems is an IAHE Division focussed on hydrogen systems as a whole and was created because the correct interaction among different components is fundamental to speed up the development of a hydrogen-based economy.
Interesting initiatives in the field of hydrogen energy systems are developed in several countries around the world and it will be very useful to disseminate the results of such experiences. It is especially important to inform the policymakers about existing integrate hydrogen energy systems and also to address them towards good practices.
In this perspective, this division, on one hand, will organize specific sessions during IAHE and other conferences, and on the other hand, will organize seminars devoted to the public and to the policymakers.

Ontario Tech University

Ontario Tech University is a unique, industry-focused institution in Ontario, Canada.

Ontario Tech teaches a wide variety of undergraduate programs, covering business, engineering, the sciences, education, information technology, humanities, energy systems, and more. Established in 2002 with less than 1,000 students, today it’s home to more than 10,000 with around 600 students coming from 65 countries.

Spread across two campuses, Ontario Tech can be found in north and downtown locations in Oshawa, Ontario. Despite being a young institution, Ontario Tech has quickly become respected for what it does. Its Computer Science program is one of the highest-ranking in Canada. Through encouraging innovative problem solving and the use of technology, Ontario Tech has become a hub for future entrepreneurial leaders.