The Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA) promotes and develops Scottish expertise in fuel cells and hydrogen technologies.
SHFCA brings together Scotland’s specialised fuel cell companies, power generation companies, academic institutions, research and development bodies, energy consultants, Scottish Enterprise and local enterprise companies and councils with an interest in Hydrogen & Fuel Cells. Membership is open to all-comers.
SHFCA 9th Annual Conference
The 9th SHFCA annual conference will be held in will be held in Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, at the Technology & Innovation Centre.
The conference will bring together SHFCA members and invited expert speakers for sessions which will explore how hydrogen and fuel cells can be the smarter choice in Heat, Power, and Transport applications.
This Green Business Fife event will showcase innovation and commercial opportunities for the deployment of new products and services into the emerging energy system market. The energy system approach is about making more effective use of renewable energy at a local level for heat and transport, and helping to maximise the value of on-site renewable energy generation.
This event will provide you with key insights into the rapidly growing market for energy system products and services, as well as the opportunity to showcase your business or organisation with stand space available.
Confirmed Speakers include RES Group, Sunamp, Plug n Go, and Forster Energy
This two day event will bring together key industry stakeholders from all facets of the hydrogen industry to discuss the required economical and infrastructural innovations for a sustainable future energy carrier. The key discussions will involve monetisation, latest technologies implementations, material optimisation, production and transportation.
As the leading London-based cleantech innovation event, the Rushlight Show 2018 has much to bring to everyone, from those entirely immersed in the vast range of innovations and technologies to those new to the sector.
Join attendees from utility companies, banks, project developers, regulatory authorities and technology providers and be a part of the discussion on the future of energy storage in the UK.