Impactful policy and strategy frameworks can form an effective Hydrogen playing field and lay the foundations for the Hydrogen economy. This webinar will highlight and evaluate the latest government policy with regards to investment, roadmaps, infrastructure, research and development, workforce and exports.
As the Hydrogen industry gathers momentum regulatory frameworks and safety standards need to evolve and modernise to support the main application areas across the Hydrogen economy. This webinar seeks to highlight Hydrogen law and removal of legal barriers to the deployment of Hydrogen applications and fuel cells.
Driving the Hydrogen sector forward will require investment from the government and private sector. Investment is needed within research and development, start-ups, infrastructure, projects and manufacturing series amongst others. This webinar aims to form an investment consensus to ensure a cohesive strategy towards enabling and establishing a Hydrogen economy.
Blue Hydrogen has the ability to produce Hydrogen at large scales whilst remaining carbon neutral through integrating CCS to the process. Blue Hydrogen production can also accelerate Green Hydrogen in the future. This webinar aims to promote Blue Hydrogen production and the associated innovation, technology, engineering and infrastructure capabilities that come alongside.
Green Hydrogen has the potential to produce clean Hydrogen from wind, solar and tidal energy. Whether centralised or decentralised Green Hydrogen has the potential to play a vital and exciting role within decarbonisation. This webinar aims to promote the latest business models, case-studies and research projects to share thought leadership and build new ideas.
Nuclear power plants can produce hydrogen in a variety of methods that would greatly reduce air emissions while taking advantage of the constant thermal energy and electricity it reliably provides. This process would allow utilities to produce and sell hydrogen regionally as a commodity in addition to providing clean and reliable electricity to the grid. This webinar explores the feasibility over integrated Nuclear power into the Hydrogen production mix.
The Hydrogen production ambition requires water supply, processes and wastewater treatment alongside investment and infrastructure. However, the current role and impact of water across the Hydrogen sector is understated. This webinar seeks to emphasise future water supply scenarios, challenges and solutions, highlight the importance of water quality in relation to the electrolysis process, promote the importance of devising an effective water management strategy and promoting the idea of forming a “Water Strategic Partnership” to help overcome challenges and seize opportunities.
Producing Hydrogen from rubbish, plastics, biomethane or hazardous medical waste (to name a few) is gaining traction across the Hydrogen spectrum. Not only are these methods green but they are also adding the Circular Economy using waste in a productive manner. This webinar will be exploring the latest Hydrogen to waste projects and their integration.
Maximising Green Hydrogen production is only possible from renewable energy or waste but also very importantly innovation within electrolysis and electrolysers to reach an optimum conversion rate. This webinar will be discussing reducing the cost of electrolysers, the balance of the system and improving the efficiency for converting electricity into Hydrogen alongside a market outlook.
Hydrogen storage is a key enabling technology for the advancement of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in applications including stationary power, portable power, and transportation. Hydrogen has the highest energy per mass of any fuel; however, its low ambient temperature density results in a low energy per unit volume, therefore requiring the development of advanced storage methods that have potential for higher energy density.
Hydrogen can be produced in small units where it is needed. Distributed production may be the most viable approach for introducing hydrogen in the near term in part because the initial demand for hydrogen will be low. This webinar episodes will be looking at the latest distributed Hydrogen production energy systems, business models and use-cases.
Trials have already begun to use Hydrogen fuel cells as a back-up power for datacentres, but the fuel source could have much wider role. Proof of concepts have been developed and there is a vision for the datacentre application playing a leading role in the growth of the Hydrogen economy.
Hydrogen has the potential to decarbonise hard to reach sectors such as energy intensive industries. Hydrogen can be used as a substitute for power and process ensuring carbon footprints are massively reduced. This webinar aims to promote the Hydrogen fuel switch concept alongside promoting the latest pilot projects within this field.
Our gas networks have experienced modernisation throughout the generations and now potentially Hydrogen could be the next evolution. Although switching to Hydrogen across buildings will rely on the developments from industry, key findings have already suggested that burning Hydrogen within our homes and buildings is a viable prospect
Battery Electric Vehicles are on the ascendancy. Regulations have been implemented to remove petrol and diesel cars from the road in the future. The time is ripe for the development of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles to enter the foray and offer longer distances. This webinar will explore the latest fuel cell innovation, the latest pilot projects, OEM visions and infrastructure requirements.
Due to their size, weight and distances; buses, trucks and heavy vehicles possess the most potential and viability when it comes to Hydrogen transport. This webinar will be highlighting fleet business models and advancements within Hydrogen combustion and advanced fuel-cell capabilities.
To deliver a viable Hydrogen transport system will require infrastructure, re-fuelling capability and enough Hydrogen to go around. This webinar will be exploring the vision for the future and promote cohesion amongst transports modes to discuss solutions for an integrated central or distributed supply systems for transport.
Utilising on-board Hydrogen fuel as a source of energy to power rail vehicles, large or small is becoming a promising mode of sustainable transport. Hydrogen can be used for propulsion, either by burning Hydrogen in a Hydrogen internal combustion engine, or by reacting hydrogen with oxygen in a fuel cell to run electric motors. This webinar seeks to promote the widespread use of Hydrogen within our rail networks, strategising the transition and discussing the vision of Hydrogen train power.
Research into hydrogen as a potential energy carrier to power future zero-emission aircraft has been intensifying in recent years. But the road to hydrogen-powered aircraft requires significant effort inside the aviation industry and beyond. From hydrogen storage, cost and infrastructure to public perceptions about safety, the aviation sector is working to mature the technology while tackling some major challenges.
Future regulations across maritime and shipping will require the removal of carbon. Therefore, it is essential for the maritime and shipping industry to stay ahead of the curve and ensure assets don’t become worthless. Its imperative at this moment in time the industry builds dialogue and consensus to develop technology to support a sustainable outcome. Industry cohesion will ensure a clear strategy is formed and the technology won’t be superseded in the future. This webinar seeks to explore the outlook for sustainability within maritime and shipping, evaluate the developments in technology, utilising Hydrogen and Ammonia as a sustainable fuel and the latest innovation within the sector to build from.