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 10th Annual Conference
The 10th SHFCA annual conference will be held in will be held in Dundee, one of Scotland’s most vibrant cities.
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.
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The recent Scottish Government Energy Strategy ‘The Future of Energy in Scotland’ has identified the importance of using a whole energy system approach to support delivery of ambitious targets for energy efficiency, increased renewable energy uptake, and carbon reduction.
The programme presents progress being made both by academia and industry to support these key policy ambitions, with topics ranging from hydrogen storage at large scale to innovative conversions using hydrogen as decarbonised energy and as a feedstock.
This joint meeting has been organised by SHFCA and the Energy Technology Partnership with sessions featuring leading speakers who will stimulate discussion and debate.