Hydrogen and Fuel Cells – Coming of Age #CCSHFC2020
£132.00–£960.00 inc VAT
Mirela Atanasiu – Head of Unit Operations and Communications – Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking
Ewan Cambell – Global Commercial Manager – Johnson Matthey
Yane Laperche Riteau – Business Development Director – Ballard Power Systems
Denis Thomas – Business Development Manager Renewable Hydrogen – Hydrogenics
Lee Juby – Chief Sales Officer – Intelligent Energy
Chris Murray – UK Sales Director – Plug Power
Ralph Clague – Head of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells – JLR
Lorna Millington – Future Networks Manager Safety and Network Strategy – Cadent
David Gill – Director of Stakeholder Relations – Northern Gas Networks
Jagvir Purewal – Patent Attorney – Forresters
Ben Todd – CEO – Arcola
Beth Dawson – Major Projects Manager – Fuel Cell Systems Ltd
Nigel Holmes – CEO – Scottish Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association
Sean Crespin Fuel Cell Strategy Lead – Horiba
Tony Cochrane Chief Commercial Officer – Ceres Power
David Parkin Director – Progressive Energy
Helen Fairclough UK National Contact Point for Horizon 2020 Energy EU Energy Focus
Alex Mauser Operations and Development Manager Enterprise Europe Network
Further names to be announced shortly
Workshop Sponsor £1,000 – includes the opportunity to be the main speaker in the workshop , logo placement and 2 delegate passes
Exhibition Space £800 – space for 2/3 pop ups /standard curved stand with covered table and 2 delegate passes
Reduced Price for Workshop Sponsor and Exhibitor – £1600
As we are hoping for further growth for 2020 we have reconfigured the Exhibition area to ensure maximum contact between exhibitors and delegates – see further details and floorplan below.
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If you want to discuss sponsorship or exhibiting please do not hesitate to get in touch
Date: 17th March 2020
Start time: 09:00
End time: 18:00
Venue: NEC Birmingham B40 1NT
Lorna has worked for Gas Distribution for over 20 years. During her career she has been involved in planning above and below 7 bar networks, focusing on the network analysis to support the decisions. She currently manages a number of innovation projects related to the future role for the gas network.
Responsible for drawing together the various strands of information and analysing their impact on the potential use of the Gas Distribution network.
Over 10 years’ experience in the fuel cell industry, developing production and prototype fuel cell systems for vehicles and stationary applications.
A lot of focus on test, measurement and analysis of PEM fuel cells and now Fuel Strategy Lead for HORIBA Group
David is a recognised industry leader in the development of low carbon energy infrastructure and joined Progressive Energy as a director in 2019. As Network Strategy Director for National Grid Gas (subsequently Cadent), he led the formation of the Future of Gas programme which first set out a strategy for decarbonisation of heat and led to the development of numerous projects in the sector, including the HyDeploy and HyNet hydrogen projects. A chartered engineer, David spend the early part of his career at BAE Systems / Airbus, before moving to Atkins in 2008, where he became Director of Power and Renewables. David holds degrees from Cambridge, Warwick and MIT.
Helen Fairclough is the UK National Contact Point for the European Commission’s research, development and demonstration funding programmes for energy projects. The service is funded by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and is provided free of charge to users. She aims to ensure that UK companies, research institutions and other organisations are well informed and have every chance of success in applying for and securing European funding for energy-related projects, including proposals to the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.