The case for Hydrogen as a fundamental energy carrier of the future ramped up in 2022.
For it to become a major energy solution we still need to solve challenges and overcome problems – across every aspect of engineering technology, infrastructure, economics and society.
In our last ever annual assembly, before we hand the hydrogen energy baton over to two new £25m successor programmes – UK HyRES and UK HiACT – the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell (H2FC) Supergen Hub will bring together leading lights and rising stars for a fully cross-sector focus on Moving Ah2ead with Hydrogen.
Join us on Friday 9th December 2022 at the Science Museum, South Kensington, London as we:
- Reflect on a decade of Hydrogen research and development by the institutions involved in the H2FC Supergen Hub.
- Meet the next generation of hydrogen problem-solving scientific talent.
- Examine the remaining barriers holding hydrogen back from becoming part of the UK’s mainstream energy infrastructure.
- Debate what we need to do to overcome those barriers and to get hydrogen up and running at scale, and how we join the dots between all sectors: technology, engineering, environment, finance, policy and regulation.