The LCV event aims to build awareness and confidence to adopt Low Carbon Vehicle technologies in vehicles and in fleet operations, and provide a showcase for UK capabilities, positioning the UK as a leader in LCV technology development and exploitation. LCV2018 set a new record with over 4,300 attendees and over 250 exhibitors. Cenex-LCV is the place to meet UK decision makers and industry experts; the perfect opportunity to showcase your business, your industry and your technology. LCV2019 at Millbrook is set to be the biggest and best year yet.
The 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2019 will attract experts from all over the world and provide an open platform for the presentation and discussion of new findings, information and data on hydrogen safety – from basic research to applied development and from good practice to standardization and regulatory issues.
This event will shape a plethora of interesting discussions focused around the potential for Hydrogen to grow new business opportunities for the North-East and wider North Sea region. The agenda will cover hydrogen policy, opportunities and showcase successful hydrogen projects. This is a perfect entry to the weeklong Hydrogen festival in Aberdeen, including the HyTrEc2 mid term conference, and the SHFCA Annual Conference 2019 on 2nd October 2019.
Don’t miss the longest running and most comprehensive fuel cell and hydrogen energy industry conference in the U.S. The Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition (FCS&EE) brings together manufacturers, fuel providers, customers, policy makers, supply chain, integrators, academics, investors, media, and more.
The 2019 Programme Review Days will take place on Tuesday 19 and Wednesday 20 November 2019 in Brussels, ahead of the FCH JU Stakeholder Forum, which takes place on Thursday 21 November. The Programme Review Days, organised annually, aim to provide an overview on the progress of the FCH JU funded projects. It constitutes an excellent visibility platform for the projects and the technological developments achieved in the sector, and provides networking opportunities for the participants.
The 2019 edition of the Stakeholder Forum will take place on Thursday 21 November 2018 in Brussels. Since its first edition of 2008, the Stakeholder forum has brought together the European Fuel Cell and Hydrogen community. More than 10 years later, it continues to create a unique environment for making new connections or renewing old ones and serves as a forum to discuss the role of fuel cells and hydrogen in the energy and transport sectors and beyond. Our goal is to welcome speakers who inspire and inform our guests with the best insights, experience and perspectives.
The 23rd World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC-2020) will be a unique event of IAHE for all researchers, scientists, academics, engineers, technologists, policymakers, strategists, as well as professionals working in any aspects of hydrogen energy.
Like the past WHECs, WHEC2020 aims to bring all parties from all related sectors, ranging from academia to industry, together to have a distinct platform to really discuss challenges and opportunities and provide directions for future.
This SHFCA Briefing event will set out current thinking on the role for Green and Blue Hydrogen in meeting Scotland’s ambitions for rapid decarbonisation of the energy system and delivering Net Zero emissions by 2045.. The speaker presentations will be followed by a question & answer session. There will also be opportunities to meet the speakers before and after the event during networking.
This event is now fully subcribed.
After 10 very successful years of continuous growth, ‘The Fleet Event for Scotland’ returns, with a fresh new look and format. 2019 sees a new-look GREENFLEET SCOTLAND with the very latest from Transport Scotland and Energy Saving Trust, brought together with the ‘Host Cities’ so as a delegate, you will not only hear about the latest national strategy, but also a more local one too, from Aberdeen City Council.
Air pollution is real and harms the health of millions. But there are lots of simple things we can do to improve air quality and look after our own and other people’s health.
Clean Air Day is a chance to find out more about air pollution, share information with friends and colleagues, and help make the air cleaner and healthier for everyone.
A number of events will be taking place throughout Scotland.
The 14th edition of EUSEW will take place from Monday 17th to Friday 21st June 2019, with the policy conference running from Tuesday 18th to Thursday 20th June in Brussels. EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. It is made up of a 3-day policy conference offering various networking opportunities, an EU Sustainable Energy Awards competition with a public vote for the citizens' award and local events, Energy Days, held across Europe throughout the months of May and June.
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.
The 3rd European Conference on Sustainable Ammonia Solutions aims to gather industry and academics, including well-known experts, developers and scientists to present the latest research results, present achievements, application fields and business prospects in energy solutions. This conference welcomes all researchers, industrialists, scientists as well as student and corporate delegates to participate and to have a great experience.
The 8th World Hydrogen Technologies Convention is being held in Tokyo, Japan. WHTC 2019 provides a forum for the scientific, industrial, governmental and general audiences from all over the world to gather together and present their most recent research findings, and to offer a stimulating atmosphere to discuss and exchange ideas on frontier research topics and future possibilities in hydrogen energy technologies.
An all day conference aimed at oil and gas engineering companies based in the North East and individuals wishing to learn about why and how to make a transition into Clean Tech from those who have already done it. Find out from renowned energy business leaders the why, what and how of diversifying from Oil & Gas into Clean Tech, and the importance of starting now.
All-Energy’s mission is to enable the UK renewable energy community to interact, conduct business, network and learn, whether face-to-face or online. Annually in Scotland All-Energy connects 300+ energy suppliers, developers, investors, technology developers and policy makers with 7,000+ energy industry buyers.
After 10 very successful years of continuous growth, ‘The Fleet Event for Scotland’ returns, with a fresh new look and format. 2019 sees a new-look GREENFLEET SCOTLAND with the very latest from Transport Scotland and Energy Saving Trust, brought together with the ‘Host Cities’ so as a delegate, you will not only hear about the latest national strategy, but also a more local one too, from City of Edinburgh Council.
This conference on Carbon Capture and Utilization is aimed at providing international major players from the field of sustainable fuels, chemicals and polymers from CO2 with an opportunity to present and discuss their latest developments and strategies. The participants include interested experts from industry, associations, policy and civil society who wish to get a full picture of how this new and exciting field is developinging.
The 15th International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference will look at all aspects of the commercialisation of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell sector with presentations from policy makers , companies operating in this sector and also users of the technology. It will look at the exciting developments in Transport including the developments on Buses and Trucks and also Rail and Shipping. We will also have presentations on the private car market. The vital issues of hydrogen production, infrastructure, storage and safety will also be considered as will large and small scale portable and stationary applications.
The International School on Progress in Hydrogen Safety will be hosted by Hydrogen Safety Engineering and Research (HySAFER), Ulster University. The main focus of the International School “Progress in Hydrogen Safety” is to provide high quality state-of-the-art presentations, including the HYLANTIC project results, in hydrogen safety for professionals, researchers and students. In addition, special attention will be paid to networking both formally, following technical sessions and informally through the social events. The school aims at providing excellent training in hydrogen safety for the participants and facilitating the stronger ties between industry and academia.
This workshop is a joint initiative from HYSAFE and the two projects PRESLHY and SH2IFT, focussing on hydrogen safety, with special emphasis on liquid hydrogen. Increasing interest in hydrogen in general and more specifically in large volumes has led to a growing need of the understanding of LH2 and related safety aspects of handling and use. Results and plans of the two projects will be presented, and additional invited expert speakers and key stake holders will join.
ACI’s 2019 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit will focus on maximizing commercial opportunities and partnerships in the renewable hydrogen & fuel cells industry. 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.
The Future of Gas II Conference will build on the recently-published IPCC special report, Global Warming of 1.5 degrees, which calls on the global community to take urgent action to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The conference brings together a high calibre of speakers who will demonstrate how the UK can decarbonise and the role the gas system will play in this future, and provide the latest views and the developments from both industry and government perspectives. Delegates will hear about the key challenges and about the increasing diversity and complexity of the gas system, along with the technologies now being explored to partially or fully replace natural gas in the grid.
Join this important symposium with distinguished researchers, industrialists and policy makers presenting their vision for hydrogen and fuel cells globally and be part of the discussions for shaping the future of the sector in the UK. H2FC SUPERGEN is holding this conference to create a vision for hydrogen and fuel cells in the UK bringing together the entire hydrogen and fuel cell research community, inspiring collaboration and driving innovation.
This conference will bring together students and early career researchers working on hydrogen and fuel cells, to present the progress and challenges in their respective areas of research. An additional feature for this year, is keynote talks from alumni of the fuel cell DTC and CDT where they will share their experience and career after the PhD
The Scottish Transport Emissions Partnership (STEP) 2018 Annual Conference will focus on the implementation of the Cleaner Air for Scotland Strategy (CAFS) and the proposed review. Scotland’s national air quality strategy - Cleaner Air for Scotland (CAFS) - was launched at the STEP2015 conference, and there will also be an update on the work to implement the Scottish Government commitment to Low Emission Zones (LEZs).
Accelerating CCUS globally is a one day conference which brings together leading global experts to discuss the value of CCUS, explore business models, and the future of CCUS technologies and seek practical solutions and actions to accelerate the deployment of CCUS globally.
This event will seek to identify the priorities for action for Governments, industry, innovators and academia. Priorities for CCUS Innovation is also an opportunity to hear from operational global CCUS commercial projects and how knowledge transfer from these projects can support future projects and research priorities.
What do we mean by a hydrogen future? What would the transition look like? These questions and more will be discussed at the next Energy Conversation which is organised by the Centre for Energy Policy. Join in at this Energy Conversation event to explore what we mean by a hydrogen future and what the implications of such a transition might be. This event is free to attend, but prior registration is required.
The annual FCH-JU Stakeholder Forum brings together the key players from European Fuel Cell and Hydrogen community to discuss the role of fuel cells and hydrogen in the energy and transport sectors and beyond. This conference also provides opportunities for information exchange and general networking among participants.
The 2018 Programme Review Days take place in Brussels on 14-15 November 2018, and provide an overview on the progress of the FCH JU funded projects. It constitutes an excellent visibility platform for the projects and the technological developments achieved in the sector, and provides networking opportunities for all participants.
The UK workshop for the FCH-JU2 supported HyLaw project will identify the legal and regulatory barriers to the deployment of fuel cells and hydrogen applications. This workshop will be interactive, seeking to identify application related best practices and combine UK industry experience with regulatory and legal issues across the spectrum of hydrogen and fuel cell activities such as zoning, permitting and approvals, grid connections, and safety case assessment.
This one day conference will look at the current and potential use of hydrogen and fuel cells as a zero emission fuel and energy source for the port and maritime industries. It is being organised by European Policy Solutions with the support of the University of Hull.