ICE2019 is expected to continue the success of the first international electrolyser conference (ICE2017) in Copenhagen, where a whole conference was devoted to the topic of electrolysis for energy conversion. As such, ICE2019 will be the second instalment of an expected to be thriving conference series on electrolysis for energy conversion.
The research in all aspects of electrolysis for energy conversion and storage is growing rapidly. Demonstration and commercial installation of electrolysers coupled with renewable energy sources have grown from sub-MW installations a few years ago to tens of MW today. There is an increased recognition and awareness that the conversion of electrical energy to storable chemicals and fuels is an inevitable part of the green transition from a fossil based to a sustainable energy system.