H2FC Research Conference 2020 issues first call for papers (Deadline: November 24th 2019)

FOLLOWING the great success of the H2FC Research Conference 2018, our 2020 conference will be held at the University of Nottingham, from Monday 17 to Tuesday 18 February 2020 (see our conference website for more details). The conference is the principal event for sharing knowledge, scientific research and good practice in the field of hydrogen…

Decarbonised Gas Alliance – BEIS funding announcements

BEIS has announced new funding for hydrogen and low carbon steel production (https://www.gov.uk/government/news/hydrogen-powered-distillery-to-produce-sustainable-gin) 1. £100 million Low Carbon Hydrogen Production Fund (new funding): The Fund aims to: • Deploy low carbon hydrogen production capacity to enable greater use of hydrogen as a decarbonisation option across the energy system; • Encourage future private sector investment in…

With the support of Arcola Energy ADL introduces hydrogen fuel cell buses to their low carbon fleet

Working with Arcola Energy, Alexander Dennis is adding hydrogen fuel cell buses to the market’s widest range of low and zero emission buses. Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) offers the market’s widest range of low and zero emission buses and invests in research and development of new technologies to ensure it continues to support bus operators with…

2018 Asian Games to demonstrate a hydrogen-enabled zero-emission transport future

Ecubes Arcola, working with Imperial College, is demonstrating hydrogen-powered vehicles at the 2018 Asian Games, being held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia, from 18th August–2nd September 2019. Supported by Imperial College, Arcola will also be running a week-long education roadshow in Indonesian cities, providing hands-on technology workshops for over 1,000 young people in South Sumatra &…

Shell’s Energy Transition Report & Sky Scenario

Shell has released their third Scenario ‘Sky’ on 26th March 2018, in addition to their two ‘Mountains’ and ‘Oceans’ scenarios. Sky includes some important messages about hydrogen transport and the potential role of cities in delivering this transformation: Success: New energy systems emerge. Onshore and offshore hydrogen electrolysis systems also begin to emerge around the world…

The Royal Society Policy Briefing: Options for producing low-carbon hydrogen at scale

“Using Hydrogen as an energy carrier has the potential to play a significant role in tackling climate change and poor air quality.” The Royal Society, through a consultation with the academic community and industry and an analysis of the published evidence, has produced a new policy briefing which looks at the existing and emerging technologies used…