Time: 10 – 12pm
Venue: University of Plymouth
Build your understanding of green hydrogen and how it can support business and industry. The transition to net zero is a complex journey and this event aims to explore green hydrogen as one of the potential pathways. Hear from those in industry currently utilising this carbon neutral fuel in a variety of settings.
Green hydrogen is one of the less well-known clean energy solutions, yet it has a multitude of uses across sectors. In particular, it is recognised as a good solution for difficult to decarbonise activities such as heavy industry, domestic and industrial heat and heavy-duty transport.
The production of green hydrogen does not create greenhouse gases and it is hoped that, as it becomes more widely used, the cost of production will reduce. Excess electricity produced by renewables at peak times can be used to create hydrogen, creating a fuel source that can be used later from energy that would otherwise be lost.
During this speaker event, we’ll hear from representatives of several companies who are developing innovative
applications for green hydrogen.
The 5 speakers bring exciting news about their innovative work developing applications for green hydrogen in business, industry and transport, bringing expertise of development in different areas such as production, fuel cell development and a network of refuelling stations.
- Stovax Gazco | Ian Kingscott | Domestic and commercial use
- Centre for Future Clean Mobility | Professor Chris Smith | Testing the efficiency of hydrogen fuel cells
- Element 2 | Holly Makin | A national network of hydrogen refuelling stations
- Hydrostar | Gary Nicholson | Green Hydrogen production using novel electrolysers
- Ixora Energy Limited | Darren Stockley | Green Hydrogen and the mains gas network
Find out more and book your space here
Thursday 1 December | 10 – 12pm
In-person event, University of Plymouth (online option available)