CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Bringing together the entire hydrogen and fuel cell research community,inspiring collaborative research Read more
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Hydrogen & Fuel Cell SUPERGEN Researcher Conference,
University of Bath, 14th-16th December 2015
Bringing together the entire hydrogen and fuel cell research community, inspiring collaborative research and driving innovation.
Connecting Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research
H2FC (Hydrogen and Fuel Cells) is the first connected, inclusive research infrastructure in the UK that will span the entire Hydrogen and Fuel Cell landscape. Although the initiative is UK-based we have strong international links. We utlise networks, knowledge exchange and stakeholder (including outreach) engagement, community building, and education, training and continuous professional development.
Low Carbon Technology
H2FC (Hydrogen and Fuel Cells) Supergen aims to contribute to technology development that will help the UK to meet its ambitious carbon emissions targets by studying and exploiting the impact of hydrogen and fuel cells in low carbon energy system including low carbon transport (cars, buses, boat/ferries) and low carbon heating/power systems employing hydrogen and/or fuel cells. We hope to secure and affordable energy supplies for the future.
Linking Academia and Industry
H2FC(Hydrogen and Fuel Cells) Supergen consists of both top academics and key experts in industry to ensure effective and appropriate translation of Hydrogen and Fuel cell research to support wealth and job creation for UK plc, and with local and national government to inform policy development.
H2FC (Hydrogen and Fuel Cells) Supergen consists of a multidisplinary team of academics specialising in:
Policy - Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Systems - Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Safety - Education and training- Hydrogen storage - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel cells -Solid Oxide Fuel cells (SOFC) and electrolysers (SOEC)- Research synthesis
H2FC SUPERGEN Researcher Conference, Bath, 14-16 Dec 2015
Hydrogen & Fuel Cell SUPERGEN Researcher Conference
University of Birmingham Midday Monday 15th December – Midday Wednesday 17th December 2014 CONFERENCE THEME Read more
H2FC SUPERGEN Researcher Conference: 16th-18th December, University of Birmingham
We are pleased to announce the H2FC Supergen are holding a ‘Researcher Conference’ from midday Read more
- H2FC SUPERGEN Researcher Conference, Bath, 14-16 Dec 2015
Publications: Installing Accessible Hydrogen Refuelling Stations – A Best Practice Guide
Element Energy recently published a Installing-accessible-HRS-best-practice-guide_July-2015_FV based on lessons learnt through the London Hydrogen Network Expansion Read more
Research Development: Efficient water reduction with gallium phosphide nanowires
A solar cell that produces fuel rather than electricity. Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology Read more
FuelCell Energy Advancing Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Commercialization for a range of applications
FuelCell Energy, Inc. FCEL, +1.01% a global leader in the design, manufacture, operation and service Read more
- Publications: Installing Accessible Hydrogen Refuelling Stations – A Best Practice Guide
We will be issuing four evidence-based white papers, aimed at informing key stakeholders, especially policy makers, of the roles and potential benefits of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. Please click here to access.
Membership of the H2FC Supergen Hub is open to all with an interest in the development, application and end use of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. Please contact us for more information.