Amer Gaffar, Director of Manchester Metropolitan University’s Fuel Cell Innovation Centre, gave evidence to the House of Lords on Wednesday (24th March) about the role batteries and fuel cell technology could play in achieving the UK’s 2050 net zero goals.
The UK Parliament has made an inquiry into how Manchester Metropolitan University’s sustainable hydrogen fuel cells and battery technology can contribute to the UK’s ambition of net zero by 2050.
Read more: Exclusive: Manchester hydrogen strategy
The inquiry aims to consider the use of batteries and fuel cell technologies in the transport sector as well as for power grids, agriculture and heat production.
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