Developing Synergies and Partnerships that Promote &
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March 20 – Hydrogen and Fuel Cells – Coming of Age


 

Although this event had to be cancelled due to the CoronaVirus we are happy to share the presentations below to give insight into the exciting developments taking place in this sector
We will be re-scheduling the event for the Autumn and hope to see you there


 


 

Presentations

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links will only work where approval has been given by the presenter to share their presentation)

 

Keynote

 

Chair Ben Madden Director Element Energy
 

Mirela Atanasiu Head of Unit Operations and Communications, FCH JU
‘EU supported Research and Innovation activities – FCH JU as a success story’ – not yet available

 

Paul Henderson Head of Hydrogen Supply, BEIS
‘Hydrogen in the UK low carbon economy’
 

Ewan Campbell Global Commercial Manager, Johnson Matthey
‘Hydrogen and Fuel Cell innovation within a rapidly growing market’- not yet available
 

Jim Gregory European Business Development Manager , Luxfer Gas Cylinders
‘Challenges in onboard Hydrogen Storage’ – not yet available
 

Nigel Holmes Chief Executive , SHFCA

‘Scaling up Clean Hydrogen for Net Zero’

 

Yane Laperche Riteau Business Development Director, Ballard Power Systems
‘Heavy-duty applications – buses and trains for the UK and worldwide’

 

Fuel Cell Vehicles

 

Chair Celia Greaves Executive Officer UKHFCA
 

Jagvir Purewal Patent Attorney, Forresters
‘Managing IP in Collaborative Projects’ not yet available
 

Jon Hunt Manager Alternative Fuels , Toyota GB,
‘Toyota, Hydrogen and Beyond Zero’- not yet available
 

Chris Murray UK Sales Director, Plug Power
‘Building the Clean Hydrogen Economy’
 

Ralph Clague Head of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, JLR,
‘Hydrogen in the Future of Automotive’
 

John Jostins Managing Director, Microcab,
‘UK fossil fuel car and van sales to end 2035: Can FCEVs step up to meet the challenge?’
 

Sylvie Childs Senior Product Manager – Nexo, Hyundai UK
‘Next Awaits – Hyundai Journey to Zero Emissions’
 

Michaela Kendall CEO & Co Founder Adelan
‘A UK Fuel Cell Strategy – International Coordination’
 

Stationary and Portable Power , Funding and Support

 

Chair Clare Jackson Senior Consultant Ecuity
 

Professor Robert Steinberger Wilckens Chair Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Research , University of Birmingham
‘Generating Cold from Heat – An Application for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells not only in Transport’ – not yet available

 

Lee Juby Chief Sales Officer, Intelligent Energy
‘From power line inspection to parcel delivery: Portable hydrogen solutions for long duration flight’
 

Baudouin de Lannoy Regional Business Development Manager, Hydrogenics
‘Hydrogen technologies, getting ready for the GW era’
 

Heidi Genoni Associate, Arup
‘Hy4Heat – demonstrating hydrogen for heat’
 

Alex Mauser Operations and Development Manager, Enterprise Europe Network
‘Support for Innovation and Global Growth’ – not yet available
 

Helen Fairclough UK National Contact Point for Horizon 2020 Energy, EU Energy Focus
‘€80M available for European fuel cells and hydrogen projects – UK organisations still eligible to participate’
 

Nick Tudor Business Director D-RisQ
‘Changing the Way the World does Software’
 

Delivering the Hydrogen Economy

 

Chair Nigel Holmes CEO Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
 

Philip Brain Senior Product Manage, Kiwa UK
‘The Hydrogen Puzzle’
 

Lorna Millington Future Networks Manager, Cadent
‘Innovation and the Customer’
 

David Gill Director of Stakeholder Relations, Northern Gas Networks
‘Putting the consumer at the heart of Net Zero’
 

Adam Baddeley Head of Project Delivery, Progressive Energy
‘HyNet: A Blueprint for the UK Hydrogen Economy’
 

Professor Gavin Walker Professor of Sustainable Energy, University of Nottingham

‘Working with the SusHy CDT to train Innovation Leaders in Hydrogen Technologies’

 

Transport Developments – Infrastructure Design and Innovation

 

Chair Rob Cockerill Managing Global Editor H2View
 

Jorn Lovdal Sales Manager, Umoe Advanced Composites
‘Low-cost Type 4 pressure vessels and container modules for storage and transport of hydrogen’not yet available
 

Richard Kenp-Harper, CEO , Arcola
‘Rapid deployment of hydrogen fuel cell powertrains for heavy vehicles’
 

Beth Dawson Major Projects Manager, Fuel Cell Systems
‘Planes, trains and automobiles – fuelling the future, now’ – not yet available

 

Sean Crespin Fuel Cell Strategy Lead, Horiba
‘Applying HORIBA Products, Services and Solutions to the Fuel Cell Development and Manufacturing Lifecycle’
 

Nick Stapley Business Development and Communications Manager, Logan Energy
‘Innovative projects on the road to hydrogen at scale’
 

Ben Madden Director, Element Energy
‘Learnings from first hydrogen vehicle deployments and implications for scale up’
 

National and Regional Approach to the Hydrogen Economy and Fuel Cell Development

 

Chair Professor Michaela Kendall CEO and Co-founder Adelan
 

Mark Lewis Technology and Innovation Officer, Tees Valley Combined Authority
‘Achieving a Net Zero Tees Valley’
 

Mark Knowles Head of Low Carbon, Liverpool City Region
‘The Liverpool City Region Hydrogen Pathway’ – not yet available

 

Clare Jackson Senior Consultant, Ecuity
‘The Hydrogen Taskforce – making the case for the role of hydrogen in delivering net zero’
 

Enrique Troncoso Managing Director, Enercy BV
‘HEAVENN: Deployment of an integrated green hydrogen economy in the Northern Netherlands’ not available for distribution
 

Mark Griffin Market Development Manager – Clean Fuels, BOC Gases
‘Hydrogen at Scale – Hydrogen Roll-out at a regional level’
 


All Set Up and No One there……
 
If you are interested in being involved in the postponed 2020 event or the Spring 2021 conference please do get in touch
Jacqui Staunton Jacqui.staunton@climate-change-solutions.co.uk 07866552833

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