Hydrogen Horizons: Exploring the Potential of Green Hydrogen and Fuel Cells - Energy Futures Exhibition Tour

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Energy Futures Exhibition Tour and Presentation by exhibiting researcher Imran Asghar

'Hydrogen Horizons: Exploring the Potential of Green Hydrogen and Fuel Cells' 

17:00-18:00 / 16.05.23, Dipoli Gallery, Otakaari 24, 02150 Espoo

You are welcome to join us for a guided exhibition tour and presentation by exhibiting researcher Imran Asghar at Dipoli Gallery this May. 

The need to transition to renewable energy sources has become more urgent than ever before. Green hydrogen and fuel cell technologies are emerging as key players in this transition towards a more sustainable future. It is therefore essential to invest in research and development to make these technologies more cost-effective and widely available. Those interested in learning more about these technologies are welcome to join the event.

The event is open to all and free of charge, please register at the link below to let us know you will be joining: 

More information on the exhibition can be found on the virtual exhibition website:


The Energy Transition Exhibition is open in Dipoli Gallery, Aalto University from March-September 2023. It will also be accessible online via Aalto Virtual Exhibition Platform

For further information contact Edel O’Reilly, Curator, Aalto Exhibitions [email protected] 

Exhibition Dates: 16.03.23-15.09.23
Mon-Thu: 8:00–20:00 / Fri: 8:00–18:00 / Sat-Sun: Closed
Dipoli Gallery, Otakaari 24, 02150 Espoo / Aalto University

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