Getting Track on the Truck - H2 on the Road

Friday, October 08, 2021
01:30 pm - 03:30 pm
Messe München, Hall B6
The smarter E - Green Hydrogen Forum, Booth Nr. 170

Moderator: Felicia Mester, Senior Policy Advisor, Hydrogen Europe

The session will focus on how H2 products and applications will in the near and long future impact the road transport, i.e. cars, trucks and buses.

01:30 pm - 01:55 pmNext Generation Mirai

Dr. Isotta Cerri

Head of Material Engineering Department

Toyota Motor Europe

01:55 pm - 02:20 pmSwiss Fuel Cell Truck Ecosystem: A Vision Becomes a Business Model

Patrick Huber


H2 Energy Holding AG

02:20 pm - 02:45 pmJIVE: Decarbonising Europe’s Public Transport one Bus at a Time

Amy Allsop

Communications Officer

Hydrogen Europe

02:45 pm - 03:30 pmEchoing of the Manifesto & Summary of the Forum



Patrick Huber (H2 Energy Holding AG)



Patrick Huber is the Chairman of H2 Energy Holding AG, a business innovator for renewables with the goal to stop climate change and to make hydrogen and fuel cell technology a key pillar of our energy system. Patrick has joined H2 Energy in 2017 and has been named group CEO in 2018. Since then, H2 Energy has established various Joint Ventures with different industry leaders such as Nel ASA, Hyundai Motors, Linde, Alpiq and others. Patrick believes in an eco-system approach for hydrogen solutions and in the importance on the commercial viability and scalability of projects. In 2021 Patrick has been appointed as Chairman of H2 Energy Holding AG and he was elected as a Board Member of Hydrogen Europe in 2020. Patrick has a financial background and prior to joining H2 Energy worked in the financial industry in London, Frankfurt and Zurich. He is married, father of two children and he lives in Zurich, Switzerland.


Dr. Isotta Cerri (Toyota Motor Europe)

Head of Material Engineering Department


Isotta Cerri is Head of the Material Engineering Department In the R&D function at Toyota Motor Europe. She has a PhD in chemical Engineering on catalytic combustion from Polytechnical of Torino, Italy. With a relevant scientific and consultancy background she has been actively working in the field of fuel cell technologies for Toyota from 2004. With a strong passion and motivation for innovation applied to clean technologies, she has been leading the Advance Research Department till 2021. She has initiated a number of collaborations and engaged in a several initiatives with European partners with the aim to develop new cost-efficient materials and manufacturing technologies to be integrated in fuel cell components. She is the author of several publications and patents.


Amy Allsop (Hydrogen Europe)

Communications Officer


Amy Allsop is a communications officer at Hydrogen Europe. She is involved in the dissemination of the EU-funded JIVE and H2Haul projects. She has a degree in Languages and Conference Interpreting, which allows her to put her communication skills at the forefront of promoting carbon neutrality through hydrogen technologies.

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