With Hydrogen as our main focus, join us at our 21st Annual OHIO FUEL CELL SYMPOSIUM to celebrate progress, milestones, and successes in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry.   


Advancements and opportunities are coming at us full-speed - join us to network and discover what's new and create solutions to advance your organization and our industry. We'll have industry leaders present to us their work, share their experiences, and what's next for them. Take part in cross-sector networking and future business opportunities.


October 11th


Our event will begin with the OFCC Board of Directors meeting (private).


For those working in the Solid Oxide sector, we will have our fourth annual Solid Oxide Forum. Join the OFCHC and other solid oxide stakeholders as we discuss our theme of "High-Temperature Electrolysis", as well as other ideas, needs, and next steps for the SOFC Program. We will have a number of presenters with discussion to follow. Please note - space is limited so register soon.


Note: If you are attending both the Symposium and Solid Oxide Forum, there is no additional charge, but please register for the Symposium + Forum. There are also options to attend the Forum Only and the Forum/Exhibit Hall/Reception. See our Solid Oxide Forum page here for further information. 


All attendees are invited to the Reception and Exhibitors Showcase, which will feature a number of exhibitors in the main hall. It's a great opportunity to network and explore new avenues of business, at a casual pace. Space is limited, so reserve your exhibitor table soon!


October 12th


Our Workshop Presentations will take place throughout the day. Our theme is “Powering Progress - Hydrogen and Fuel Cells”. With the increased attention and demand for clean energy and zero emissions, hydrogen is now in the forefront and will be a concentration in a number of our sessions, as well as fuel cells. Hear your industry colleagues share their expertise, projects, goals, and future initiatives.


Confirmed presenters include industry leaders from American Honda Motor Co., Idaho National Laboratory, Ariel Corp, Schaeffler USA, Dominion Energy, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority, Van Ness Feldman LLP, the Energy Policy Center at Cleveland State University, and BRITE Energy Innovators. Hear discussion on Regulatory Issues for Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide Economies including Interstate H2 transportation and CO2; IRA production tax credits/IRS Rule 45V; geologic storage of CO2. Visit our Exhibitors Showcase and take advantage of the networking and collaboration opportunities!