Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Showcase #HFCSHOWCASE

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Thursday, 31 May, 2018 - 09:00 to 12:30

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Showcase #HFCSHOWCASE


Midlands Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Network


Chemical Engineering Department
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT
United Kingdom

We are delighted to invite you to the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Showcase to be held at the University of Birmingham on the 31st May 2018

Participants will have the opportunity to hear about the exciting developments taking place in this sector, including details of Birmingham's first publically available refuelling station , an update on how Hydrogen fits into the Energy Capital's vision for the Midlands, the exciting research taking place at the University of Birmingham, the plans for including Hydrogen in the Gas Grid, how Fuel Cells are being used to power drones, the role of IP and details of support from the ATETA programme.
Alongside the existing Hydrogen and Fuel Cell sector this event is also appropriate for those who are new to the industry and want to understand the opportunities that will arise as Hydrogen and Fuel Cells take their place as part of the future energy mix.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Chair Richard Baines ATETA University of Birmingham
  • Matthew Rhodes Energy Capital 
  • Robert Steinberger Wilckens University of Birmingham
  • Navdeep Khalon Cadent
  • David Terry ATETA University of Birmingham
  • David Horsfall Tyseley Energy Park
  • Jagvir Purewal Forresters
  • Joanna Richart Intelligent Energy
  • Michael Burford Kiwa Gaste

More speakers to be announced shortly

There will be a display of Fuel Cell vehicles as well as Lab Tours of the Chemical Engineering Department at the end of the presentations

Prices (Ex VAT):

  • Delegate: £30
  • Student: £15
  • Exhibitor: £120


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