Moving ahead with Hydrogen is taking place at Illuminate, the Science Museum’s dedicated conference venue, on levels 4 (main conference hall) and 5 (networking and refreshments area) of the museum in South Kensington, London.
Registration and delegate badges
Registration will take place at the Science Museum Group entrance foyer between 09:15 and 10:00hrs.
After 10:00hrs, later arrivals will be directed to the lift to level 5 and registration will take place there.
A cloakroom and bag-drop are provided on level 5.
Access to Illuminate is via the Science Museum’s Group entrance – adjacent to Imperial’s car park control barrier on Imperial College Road – and then via lift to level 5.
Ways to get there
The closest tube is South Kensington.
Exit via the Victorian underground walkway (to the right as you exit through ticket barriers), and follow this right to the end (signposted Science Museum and Imperial College London).
Please note this route involves steps and is not yet suitable for accessible access.
The Science Museum group entrance is a 20-second walk from the South Kensington Underground walkway steps that emerge onto Exhibition Road.
Turn left at the top of the steps, left almost immediately again into College Road, the Group Entrance is then on the left, opposite Imperial’s car park control hut.
Parking in South Kensington can be costly. Imperial College does have a car park, but it is usually full in term time. An alternative is Kingston House Garage, a short walk from the venue across Prince’s Gardens and Exhibition Road.
Registration, breakfast and networking from 0915hrs
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Organic cold pressed fresh juice and botanicals
Mini selection of croissant, pain au chocolat, Danish pastries
Gluten free Granola with Greek yoghurt, fresh berries
Fresh fruit salad pots with lemongrass and lime syrup
Breakfast bap – sweet cured streaky bacon, free range sausage, vine roast tomato ketchup
Tea and coffee
All served on Illuminate level 5 with superb views toward the city.
10:00 – Session 1- Illuminate level 4
Chair: Prof. Nigel Brandon
Hydrogen in the UK – past and future
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10:00 Welcome and opening remarks: Professor Nigel Brandon, Director H2FC Supergen Hub
10:05 Dr Katy Milne, Programme Director for Hydrogen at the High Value Manufacturing Catapult:
Making Hydrogen Fly –
Manufacturing technology and industrialisation
A Decade of Impact
The H2FC Supergen Hub Management Board
11:00 – Refreshments and networking – Illuminate Level 5
11:30 – Session 2 – Illuminate level 4
Chair: Professor Anthony Kucernak
The Rising Stars of Hydrogen
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11:30 Dr. Per Hjalmarsson, Chief Scientist for electrolysis development, Ceres Power
How Ceres technologies will contribute to reaching net zero
11:45 Dr Hungyen Lin, Senior Lecturer in Electronic Engineering, Lancaster University
Towards quality inspection of fuel-cells membranes with terahertz spectroscopy
12:00 Dr Sneh Jain, Operations Manager of Hydrogen Accelerator, University of St Andrew’s
Translating Hydrogen into Action
12:15 Andrew Stenning, Junior Stack Engineer, Bramble Energy
12:30 Audience Q&A
12:45 – Lunch and networking – Illuminate level 5
13:45 – Session 3 – New hydrogen hubs
Chair: Professor John Irvine
An introduction to the latest EPSRC hydrogen investments
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13: 45 Professor Tim Mays, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Director of the Institute for
Sustainable Energy and the Environment, University of Bath
14:05 Professor Jianzhong Wu, Head of the School of Engineering, Cardiff University
14:25 Audience Q&A
14:40 – Refreshments and networking – Illuminate Level 5
1500hrs – Session 4 – Illuminate level 4
Chair/Moderator: Professor Nilay Shah
Panel Discussion: H2 Stakeholder perspectives
- What are the barriers to Hydrogen becoming a mainstream component of UK energy supply?
- What are the constraints on your sector making mainstream hydrogen a reality?
- What do we need to do to overcome those constraints?
- How can we take those ideas forward?
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Thomas Cope, Director, Government and Infrastructure, Deloitte LLP
Dr Laura Finney, Innovation Lead – Energy Clean Growth
and Infrastructure, Innovate UK
Professor Robert Steinberger-Wilckens, Professor for Fuel Cell and Hydrogen research in
Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham, Hydrogen Education and Training lead in the H2FC
Helen McColm, Head of Hydrogen Innovation – NZIP,
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
Simon Foster, Head of Fuel Cell Research and Development, Intelligent Energy
15:25 Panel Discussion + Audience Q&A
16:05 – Closing remarks and thanks: Prof. Nigel Brandon
16:10 – Free entry to the Science Museum with private viewing of level 2 from 1700 – if desired.
17:30 – Depart
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