Road to COP26: Fuel Cells

Days
Hours
Mins
Secs

The role of fuel cells in net-zero transport emissions

With a drive to decarbonise transport, fuel cell electric vehicles offer an alternative to battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and a system efficiency that competes with the best-in-class internal combustion engines (ICE) for many applications. In the past 5 years the technology has gone from niche to mainstream in passenger cars but also crucially in other sectors where fuel cells now play an essential role alongside different technologies in delivering net-zero transport.

This event and topic look at specific stores of cross-sectoral collaboration, innovation and R&D to realise mass deployment of fuel cells. From bikes to busses, railways to aerospace and energy storage, the hydrogen fuel cell has many opportunities – however, as with any emerging technology, there remain significant and unique hurdles to overcome. We’ll learn from UK and global expertise how this is being achieved.

Register now by clicking here.

Moderated by:

  • Bhavik Shah, Technology Trends, APC

Confirmed speakers:

  • Keynote: Joanna Richart, Head of Hydrogen, Business, Ricardo
  • Andy Walker, Technical Marketing Director, Johnson Matthey
  • David Hart, Director, E4Tech
  • Gareth Hinds, NPL Fellow and Science Area Leader, NPL
  • Greg Harris, Automotive Sales Director, Intelligent Energy
  • David Thackray, Sales and Marketing Director, Tevva
  • Luke Bates, Technical Trends APC (Fuel Cell Value Chain)

The role of fuel cells in net-zero transport emissions, the final event in the Road to COP26 programme

© 2021 The Advanced Propulsion Centre UK Ltd. All rights reserved.