Message from Chapter President March 25, 2010


I am pleased to announce the establishment of Taiwan Chapter for IAHE on February 17, 2010. As a window for IAHE to hydrogen professionals in Taiwan, we are happy to convey this platform for closely linking those exciting development toward hydrogen economy ongoing locally and over the globe.
The Chapter is hosted by Feng Chia University (FCU) in Taichung, Taiwan. The kindness of FCU by offering three full-time staffs, over 300 m2 office and lab space and sufficient financial support is highly appreciated. FCU also hosted the APEC BioH2 Research Center ( and the Asia Bio-hylinks (, thereby providing a unique chance for clustering the planned activities of the Chapter with those that will occur locally.

As the founding President of Taiwan Chapter, I witness its birth, and look forward to its rapid growth in the near future. All IAHE members are welcome to link to Taiwan via this Chapter. We will be more than happy to serve your needs.

Planned Activities for 2010 March 31, 2010

New office will be ready and put to normal function before the end of April. Chapter website is to be launched in April, 2010 ( IAHE Taiwan Student Chapter is under planning, to be established in June-July time frame. The Chapter plans to attract more than 50 new student members for the Student Chapter.

A local H2 professionals survey and web assessment net will be completed in August.The launch of the Taiwan chapter is scheduled on 15th Nov, 2010 at FCU, in conjunction with APEC BioH2 Technology Symposium and 2010 Asian Bio-Hydrogen Symposium (website:

Proposal to host the 11th International Conference on Clean Energy at FCU in Nov 2011 will be ready in July.