Toyota, Cadent, Gasunie and Johnson Matthey are just four of the big names on the speaking agenda for the UK’s biggest hydrogen and fuel cell conference.
35 speakers and 20+ exhibitors will join an expected 300+ delegates for this year’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cells – Coming of Age at the NEC in Birmingham to discuss the Hydrogen Economy and range of applications for fuel cells.
Now in its 16th year, the conference will look at the many different applications for fuel cells – from transport to drones to heating to remote power.
Companies like Toyota, Jaguar Land Rover, Ballard and Plug Power will discuss fuel cells in vehicles, and companies like Intelligent Energy, Hydrogenics and Arup discussing other applications.
There will be sessions looking at Infrastructure developments and the opportunity to hear from key regions in the UK, as well as internationally, who are looking to develop a Hydrogen Economy – notably the exciting HEAVENN project based in the Northern Netherlands.
In recent years there has a massive increase in interest of how hydrogen would become a key element in delivering low carbon heating and transport through the existing gas grid and the conference will hear from Cadent and Northern Gas Networks on current plans for deployment in the UK.
H2 View is proud to be a Media Partner of this event, and looks forward to attending and meeting new and existing faces in the hydrogen sector alike.
For further information on the programme and speakers, or to register as a delegate, click here.