Midlands Showcase – Part 2 #MHFCN
£36.00–£240.00 inc VAT
professional resume writing service greensboro nc After an extremely success event in May we are now looking forward to holding a 2nd Midlands Showcase again at the Energy Catapult in Birmingham on the 14th November 2017.
A number of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell companies and projects will give brief presentations showcasing activity in the region. The aim of the event is to increase knowledge & awareness of how this technology will fit into the future energy mix and encourage synergies and partnering
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Chair – Ben Madden Director resume writing service vancouver bc Element Energy
Graham Cooley CEO order essay cheap ITM Power
Suzanne Curtis Coles Stakeholder Engagement Manager custom letter writing service Energy Systems Catapult
Jeremy Bowman Engineering Director mental health nursing personal statement help Hypermotive
Michael Burford Business Development Manager law coursework help Kiwi Ltd
Jon Jordan Director writing on paper European Policy Solutions
John Jostins Founder what to do when you have no idea how to do your homework Microcab
Stephen Kent Railway Engineer essay intro maker University of Birmingham
Chris Hobbs Managing Director Cella Energy
Gavin Walker Director Energy Technologies Research Institute University of Nottingham
Jacqui Staunton Project Director Climate Change Solutions
Date: November 14, 2017
Start time: 09:00
End time: 12:30
Venue: Energy Systems Catapult, Cannon House ,18 Priory Queensway Birmingham
Directions: Cannon House office entrance is found on the Priory Quennsway roundabout where it crosses over Corporation Street. Just a 5 minute walk from New Street station.
Graham joined ITM Power as CEO in 2009. Before that Graham was Business Development Manager in National Power plc and spent 11 years in the power industry developing energy storage and generation technologies.
Before joining ITM Power Graham was CEO of Sensortec Ltd, founding CEO of Metalysis Ltd, a spin out of Cambridge University and founding CEO of Antenova Ltd
As Engineering Director of Hypermotive Ltd, Jeremy leads a team of engineers specialising in development and integration of electrical powertrain systems for a variety of motive applications. His background is in controls engineering gained in aerospace, defence and automotive roles. Prior to forming Hypermotive, Jeremy was chief engineer for Intelligent Energy’s 4kW motive fuel cell platform
John has been researching into alternative, zero emissions transport and new mobility since 1996, focusing on designs for vehicles for urban scenarios where congestion and air quality tend to be worst. In that time he founded a new enterprise called Microcab Industries Ltd. (an SME) as an umbrella under which designs can be realised, funding can be applied for and Public Relations and other outputs can be delivered. Concentrating on hydrogen fuel cell electric drivetrains married to lean weight vehicle structures, 3 complete vehicle designs and a total of 14 operational vehicles have been built and demonstrated in trials
Stephen started his career with British Rail Research in the early 1990s, working on track maintenance techniques plant and equipment, wheel-rail adhesion and braking, vehicle dynamics and derailment investigation. He joined the University of Birmingham in 2010 to support the University’s long-standing Railway Systems Engineering MSc course, and has gone on to develop research interests in additive manufacturing for rail, hydrogen fuel cells for railway traction, plus an emerging interest in air quality measurement and mitigation.
Stephen’s interest in fuel cells began when he project managed the design, construction and testing of the UK’s first hydrogen fuel cell narrow gauge locomotive (search “YouTube Hydrogen Pioneer 2012”). More recently he designed and coordinated a study for the RSSB looking at converting mid-life UK multiple units to fuel cell traction (search “Class 156 Fuel Cell 2016”). He has published articles on hydrogen fuel cells as an alternative to electrification (search “Wire Free Electrification 2016”), and supervised an award-winning economic study of the options for powering the UK’s regional and branch lines into the future (search “Pettit Autonomous Power Options 2017”).”
A Programme Manager turned Managing Director, I am all about making things happen, with strong leadership, communication, facilitation and programme management skills honed in Science, Engineering, Risk and Management Consulting arenas. Highly structured and organised, I am recognised and respected by my peers as someone that brings excellence to management actions and decisions, programmes and projects. Highly successful in delivery across a range of customers and market sectors, I am about always pleasing the customer and delivering through the team. Highly experienced in liaising with senior management and Board members in my own organisations and those of my customers. On a mission to continually "Raise the Bar & Try Harder!"
As Managing Director of the current business, the role combines the functions of P&L holder, Sales, Strategy, Commercial, Funding, Intellectual Property, HR and day-to-day management and cost-control. I have proven my ability to move the company forward across all of these areas simultaneously.
Professor Walker joined the University of Nottingham in 1997, where he has established a leading research group in hydrogen storage which has expanded into hydrogen systems and energy storage. In recognition of his research, he was awarded a Low Carbon Leadership award from Carbon Trust and EPSRC in 2007 and in 2010 was appointed as the Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly Chair in Sustainable Energy. In addition to over 100 publications, he is also Editor of the text “Solid State Hydrogen Storage Materials”. In 2014 Gavin Walker became Director of the University of Nottingham’s Energy Technologies Research Institute (ETRI), which has a £40 million portfolio of current research, spanning efficient fossil, geoenergy, energy storage, renewables, smart grids and efficient energy buildings. He is also theme lead for the UK’s Energy Research Accelerator (ERA), a £180 million Midlands Engine initiative to accelerate energy technologies towards the market. G-ERA will help accelerate innovations in geoenergy, economic grid scale storage, hydrogen systems and community energy in partnership with key stakeholders