Hydrogen and fuel cells risk lagging behind other clean energy alternatives unless the industry shows bolder leadership, attendees of a major Midlands conference will be told.
The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference, which is being held at the NEC in Birmingham next week, will give delegates a chance to meet some of the world’s leading businesses and organisations that are pioneering the use of hydrogen and fuel cells across a variety of sectors.
Hydrogen and fuel cell technology is already starting to play a leading role in helping countries meet ambitious carbon reduction targets. This year’s conference will highlight the many ways in which the technology is being used in the transport sector as well as small- and large-scale static and portable applications. It will also look at how hydrogen can decarbonise the gas grid.
Last year saw a record turnout for the conference, which will feature more than 30 guest speakers, and this year looks set to see an even greater number in attendance for the event that is being organised by not-for-profit company Climate Change Solutions, based in Coventry.
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