Interesting developments are taking place in the UK and internationally towards using hydrogen and fuel cells at scale, enabled through public-private partnerships. This event will provide updates on the latest developments in research, industry and policy landscape for hydrogen and fuel cells.
The keynote speakers for the H2FC SUPERGEN 2016 Research Conference are:
- Ben Madden (Element Energy): HFC Roadmap and Prospects for the sector in UK.
- Dan Sadler (Future of the Gas Networks, BEIS (DECC)): H21 Leeds City Gate Report: Feasibility of converting the natural gas network in Leeds to 100% Hydrogen – Implications for UK and next steps.
- Dr Steven Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University, Professor and Chair Joint Affiliation with the NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation) “Canadian research strategies for the commercialization of automotive fuel cells “
- Dr Thomas Jordan (President of the International Association for Hydrogen Safety HySafe Head of the Hydrogen Group, IKET): “Progress and priorities in hydrogen safety research”.
- Dr Fausto Galluchi (Eindhoven University of Technology): Hydrogen production in membrane reactors, latest results of European projects.
- Prof Dan Brett (Professor of Electrochemical Engineering, UCL): PEM Fuel Cells: Progress, Challenges and the Future.
- Dr Mark Cassidy (Senior Research Fellow, School of Chemistry, St-Andrews): Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Science to Technology
The full conference programme for the H2FC SUPERGEN 2016 Research Conference is now finalised and on the conference website
This H2FC SUPERGEN conference will bring together the entire hydrogen and fuel cell research community in the UK and beyond. The conference will host presentations and posters from researchers, with participation of key academics, industrialists and government/policy advisors working across the field of hydrogen and fuel cells. The conference will provide an excellent chance to network within the community.
Registration is open and can be accessed from the conference webpage. Please make sure you register in advance and no later than 27th November 2016.
Conference Fees: Students £60, Non-Students £170