Our first SHFCA workshop of 2019 is for members only, and will help shape priorities and develop the activities of our Association. The morning session will include selected updates on key policy and related topics, and the afternoon session will update you on SHFCA finances, governance and structure. There will also be an opportunity for you to provide input and comment about SHFCA priorities, and how we can best meet the needs of all members as the hydrogen & fuel cell sector continues to grow and develop.
Our second SHFCA member meeting of 2019 will be a ‘Breakfast Briefing’ on the topic of Low Carbon Transport, hosted by Gillespie Macandrew in Edinburgh. This meeting will provide updates on work being carried out to develop policy and implement the practical changes to reduce the transport emissions in Scotland which have adverse effects on both climate and local air quality. This event is for SHFCA members and invited guests.
Our 2018 Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Conference takes place in Dundee, one of Scotland’s most vibrant cities. This one day conference will showcase hydrogen and fuel cell applications and their deployment as efficient and integrated low emission energy systems.
This SHFCA member Breakfast Briefing will provide key insights and updates on the opportunities for decarbonising Scotland's Energy System with Hydrogen, and the opportunity to put your questions to the speakers during the panel discussion session.
This event will give information and advice about installing your own ultra- efficient ‘mini power station’ at your premises, producing electricity and heat without giving off harmful NOx or particulates. The BlueGen fuel cell micro-CHP is suitable for many situations, generating electricity and heat at the point of use to save on energy bills and help reduce carbon emissions through greater overall efficiency.
The Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) in conjunction with the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA) are hosting the 7th Annual Energy Storage meeting on Wednesday 18th April 2018. This meeting will bring together a selection of speakers from Scottish industry and academia who will highlight the progress being made in Scotland’s drive towards meeting the ambitious targets of the Scottish Energy Strategy.
SHFCA is hosting the second regional workshop of the FCH2 JU's Regions & Cities initiative on Tuesday 10th April in Edinburgh. This event is being delivered as part of the ‘Cities & Regions’ project for this FCH-JU supported initiative. This workshop will share best practices in FCH project development, provide updates from Scottish example case studies, identify the early business opportunities, and show the way forward for European cities and regions to implement FCH projects.
Scotland's first Energy Strategy was released on 20th December 2017, and sets out the Scottish Government’s vision for the future energy system in Scotland. This new Strategy will be used extensively during this SHFCA member event, with a focus on actions required to deliver the Hydrogen Scenario. This meeting will help to identify and prioritise our SHFCA activities for 2018 and beyond.
The afternoon sessions will include the annual update on SHFCA finances, governance and activities. There will also be an opportunity for you to provide input and comment about SHFCA priorities and any other relevant topics.
This event is open to all SHFCA members.
Our 2017 Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Conference will be held in Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, at the Technology Innovation Centre. This year’s theme is Energy Transitions with Hydrogen & Fuel Cells and will showcase the pivotal role for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in delivering low carbon integrated power, heat, and mobility.
Our next SHFCA member meeting is on the topic of ‘Cleaner Business Fleets’ and the opportunities for hydrogen vehicles. This event will be held at the Fife Renewable Innovation Centre (FRIC) in Methil on the morning of Thursday 8th June.
This event is free to attend and we have a great line-up of speakers.. To register please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Register for SHFCA H2 transport event 8-Jun’ in the message header.
The meeting will begin at 09:30 and finish with networking lunch and exhibition at 13:00. There will be optional tours to view the new hydrogen refuellers and upgraded facilities at the Hydrogen Office. You can also experience at first hand the range of hydrogen vehicles which make up the Levenmouth project fleet.
09:30 – 11:00 Cleaner Transport and Hydrogen Logistics
- Steve Carroll, CENEX: Low Emission Technology Trends
- Mark Cavers, TRL: Eco-Stars for Business Fleet Efficiency
- Barbara Whiting, Fife Council: Cleaning up the Streets of Fife
- Chris Murray, Plug Power: Hydrogen Forklifts for Logistics Hubs
- Jean-Louis Cols, Blue Centaur: Cleaner Transport project links with France
11:30 – 12:45 Local zero-emission transport projects
- Fiona Goodenough, Scottish Cities Alliance: Dundee ‘Go Ultra Low’ City
- Bill Ireland, Logan Energy: Local hydrogen refuellers for fleets
- Sean O’Kane, Ulemco: Hydrogen-diesel for cleaner trucks
- David Hogg, The Hydrogen Office: Levenmouth Project – Green H2 for Fleets
There are still some spaces available for SHFCA member pop-up display banners along with table space for literature. If you would like to exhibit please mention this when you book your place.
This event is being organised in partnership with Green Business Fife - we are expecting a wide business audience from local companies in Fife and also the Dundee area. The presentations will be of interest to companies already active in our sector, and this event will also be an opportunity to meet businesses in Fife who are seeking to improve their fleet emissions.
Our very popular annual member event on the topic of Energy Storage & Conversions takes place on Wednesday 5th April in Edinburgh. This is a joint meeting with the Energy Technology Partnership (ETP), and is free for all SHFCA and ETP members to attend.
To register for this event please use this link: http://www.etp-scotland.ac.uk/Default.aspx?tabid=8255
The broad range of speakers invited covers key themes within Energy Storage, and considers topical issues such as large scale storage in Scotland along with Scottish innovation in Energy Storage.
The opening keynote speaker is Ian Marchant, former CEO of SSE. Other confirmed speakers include Professor Win Rampen (University of Edinburgh), John Perry (Denchi Power), Bill Ireland (Logan Energy), John Lowe (Ceimig), Mark Symes (University of Glasgow), John Hand (Scottish Enterprise) and Jan-Willem Bos (Heriot-Watt University).
Full details for this event can be found here: http://www.etp-scotland.ac.uk/NewsandEvents/Events/ETPSHFCAMeeting.aspx
For enquiries about this event please contact Dr Sneh Jain: email@example.com
Our first SHFCA member event for 2017 will be a Member Strategy Workshop, which will take place on Wednesday 18th January 2017 in Edinburgh.
This workshop will be open to all SHFCA members, and will be your opportunity to input suggestions for our strategy to deliver timely and effective sector growth, building on our achievements and identifying key opportunity areas. This member-only workshop will help to shape and define our SHFCA activities for supporting hydrogen and fuel cells over the next 5 years.
The main objective of this workshop is to gather member input and use this as the basis for the actions to maintain SHFCA as the most vibrant, effective, and successful member HFC association. A light lunch will be provided, which will also provide a great networking opportunity.
Please note there is capacity for 50 attendees at this member-only meeting. To book your place please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our 2016 Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Conference will be in the historic university town of St Andrews, and is hosted by the University of St Andrews. This year’s theme is Low Carbon Energy Systems with Hydrogen & Fuel Cells and will showcase the pivotal role for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in the development and deployment of low carbon integrated energy systems.
See the SHFCA conference webpage for full details: http://www.shfca.org.uk/shfca-annual-conference/