The role of energy research in the pathway to net zero
Join us on 1-3 September to explore how UK energy research is delivering net zero and hear our vision for the future ahead of COP26.
Speakers confirmed for our H2FC Supergen Session
Come join us on Thursday 2 September
H2FC Session: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in a Net Zero World
Date/Time: Thursday 2nd September, 10:45-12:00
Opening remarks – Session chaired by Professor John Irvine, St Andrews
- Potential roles of hydrogen and fuel cells in a net zero UK economy – Professor Paul Dodds, University College London
- Developments in hydrogen generation – Professor Anthony Kucernak, Imperial College London
- Hydrogen in power sector coupling. Developing the next generation of sustainable energy researchers – Professor Robert Steinberger-Wilckens, University of Birmingham
Webinar: MS Teams
About the event:
The Supergen Hubs will be showcasing their research, as well as holding cross-cutting panel discussions exploring topics such as equality, diversity and inclusion in energy research, international perspectives on Supergen work, our early career researcher activities, and outlining the policy implications of Supergen research for tackling climate change.