Since it was set up in 2002 as the London Hydrogen Partnership, Hydrogen London has helped catalyse several large, ground-breaking hydrogen and fuel cell projects in London, has successfully lobbied Government and business, and raised the sector’s public profile.
The Mayor of London established Hydrogen London to drive forward London’s hydrogen economy. Moreover, he is keen to adopt the technology where feasible in the buildings and vehicles owned and operated by the GLA group (Greater London Authority, Transport for London, London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, and the Metropolitan Police Authority).
Hydrogen London consists of an Executive Committee, two Project Groups (the Transport Delivery Group and the Stationary Group) and a Secretariat based at City Hall, which coordinates the partnership’s day to day activities. Matthew Pencharz Deputy Mayor of London for Environment & Energy is Chair of the organisation.
Hydrogen London is involved in the initiation and support of various exciting projects across London and the UK. Hydrogen London wants to continue to build momentum and take full advantage of what could be a key moment in the sector’s development.