Pajarito Powder Returns to H2 & FC Expo Tokyo for 12th Time

H2 & FC Expo

February 27, 2024

Pajarito Powder will participate for the 12th consecutive year at the upcoming H2 & FC Expo, held in Tokyo, Japan on February 28th through March 1, 2024 at the Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center.

The expo is part of World Smart Energy Week, which is comprised of eight separate sustainable-energy themed expositions. The International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo is in its 20th year as the world’s largest hydrogen and fuel cell trade show and conference. With nearly 500 exhibitors and participation by more than 66 countries and regions, more than 65,000 visitors are projected for the 2024 event.

Pajarito Powder develops and manufactures advanced electrocatalysts for PEM fuel cells and PEM and AEM electrolyzers. Pajarito Powder offers:
• Engineered Catalyst Supports (ECS) for automotive fuel cell catalysts that deliver high power densities and enhanced durability
• Complete PGM catalyst solutions, featuring Platinum or Platinum alloys deposited on our Engineered Catalyst Support
• Precious-Metal-Free (PMF) catalysts for applications that require performance at the lowest possible price-per-kilowatt with reliable stability
• Advanced Engineered Electrolyzer Catalysts (EEC) for PEM and AEM electrolyzer applications

“H2 & FC Expo is the most significant trade show in Asia for the hydrogen industry,” said Thomas J. Stephenson, CEO and Chairman of Pajarito Powder. “We’re looking forward to sharing our story. Cheaper green hydrogen and fuel cells will power tomorrow’s hydrogen economy.”

Stephenson will be joined by COO Michele Ostraat and Saburo Hori, Director of Business Development for Asia. The Pajarito Powder booth is located at W8-38A.

For more information about H2 & FC Expo, a map of World Smart Energy Week and registration information, please visit:


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