All-Energy, the UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference, and the co-located Dcarbonise, are now scheduled to take place on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 May 2022 at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC). The All-Energy 2022 Call for Papers has been reopened (with some new categories) and is available at www.all-energy.co.uk/en/Conference/callforpapers. The Call will remain open until Friday 17 December 2021.
The second edition of the European Hydrogen Week will take place on 29 November – 3 December 2021. The Hydrogen Week will feature among others the European Hydrogen Forum, the FCH JU Programme Review Days and the FCH JU Awards.
The events will bring together policy-makers, industry representatives, civil society organisations and the research community to discuss the latest developments at EU level in the hydrogen sector and will mark the public launch of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership – as the successor of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Undertaking.
The COP26 UN climate summit takes place in Glasgow from Monday 1st to Friday 12th November 2021. The Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) together with the UK and its Italian partners have now agreed the new dates for the COP26 UN climate conference which will be held at the SEC in Glasgow.
The agreement followed consultation with UNFCCC members, delivery partners and the international climate community. The conference was originally set to take place in November 2020, but has been postponed due to COVID-19. In the run up to November 2021, the UK as hosts will continue to work with all involved to increase climate action, build resilience and lower emissions. The new date will also allow the UK and our Italian partners to harness their incoming G7 and G20 presidencies in driving climate ambition.
Don’t miss SHFCA2021 on 13-14 October, the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association’s annual conference. All of the SHFCA2021 online sessions are free to attend thanks to the support from our SHFCA2021 partners: Haskel, Kiwa, SGN, DNV, ScottishPower, Ballard Power Systems, GHD, Protium, Dentons, Doosan Babcock, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, Gillespie Macandrew, ORION Clean Energy Project, TCP Group, and TÜV-SÜD UK.
The theme for our 13th annual SHFCA conference is Scaling up Hydrogen for Net Zero which reflects the urgent need to tackle carbon emissions and climate change. The Scottish Government’s Hydrogen Policy Statement of December 2020 set a target for 5GW of low carbon hydrogen production in Scotland by 2030, and our SHFCA2021 plenary speakers will highlight the importance of partnerships and taking a whole energy system approach to help deliver Scotland’s 2030 targets.
Our third webinar in the series of the Hydrogen Territories Platform (HTP) initiative takes place on Weds 29 September from 14:00 – 15:30 BST. This event will cover key aspects of safety and technical design for hydrogen valley and hydrogen island projects based on recent experience from the BIG HIT project with the installation of a 1MW electrolyser on Shapinsay and hydrogen logistics in the Orkney Islands of Scotland.
The 9th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2021) will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland on 21-23 September 2021 under the auspices of the International Association for Hydrogen Safety (HySafe). The first eight ICHS biennial conferences ran from 2005 to 2019, attracting experts from all over the world, and providing an open platform for the presentation and discussion of new findings, information and data on hydrogen safety - from basic research to applied development and from good practice to standardisation and regulatory issues.
There is increasing pressure on all forms of transport to fully decarbonise as part of delivering Net Zero., and aviation has some significant challenges for replacement of jet-fuel kerosene. Join CeeD and SHFCA members to explore alternative low carbon propulsion technologies for aviation using hydrogen fuel cells and onboard hydrogen gas storage. This presents significant opportunities for innovation with engineering, manufacturing, and new services.
The second Hydrogen Territories Platform (HTP) webinar of 2021 takes place on Wednesday 16 June. This event includes a great line-up of speakers who will provide experience and insights about developing real-world hydrogen projects. This HTP webinar will cover key aspects of building your Hydrogen Territory / Hydrogen Valley ideas and turning them into a project plan. It will also provide experiences from previous projects about putting together a consortium of suitable partners.
Climate Change Solutions have announced Tuesday 16 November 2021 as the rescheduled date for their Hydrogen & Fuel Cells – The Time is Now UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell conference.
This well established and highly respected event is now in its 17th year, and will look at both the Hydrogen Economy and also the range of applications for Fuel Cells. Sessions will focus on the Production, Distribution and Use of Hydrogen. Market demand for hydrogen will cover transport applications as well as remote and stationary power.
The series of Hydrogen Territories Platform (HTP) webinars brings together speakers with the experience of developing, commissioning, and operating hydrogen projects in real life.
Our first webinar of 2021 on Tuesday 23 March includes a great line-up of speakers who will provide experience and insights about developing real-world hydrogen projects. This is the first of our series of HTP webinars for 2021, which will cover key topics and activities which will be of interest to anyone seeking to create their own Hydrogen Valley or Hydrogen Territory project
As part of their Safety Excellence in Energy series, HSE is running the ‘Safe NetZero 2021 – Hydrogen’ conference on 2-4 March 2021 as an online event. This looks at the evolving work that is helping to deploy hydrogen as an energy vector as part of the UK's commitment to reduce carbon emissions and become 'net zero' by 2050.
'Safe Net Zero 2021 - Hydrogen' will pay particular attention to safety, with an agenda focusing on three key themes of Policies, Standards & Skills; Foundations & Infrastructure; and Advances in Use & Applications
Mission Innovation IC-8 with funding from the European Commission and implemented by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), is building a global information sharing Hydrogen Valleys Platform for flagship hydrogen projects to enable global learning and advance the development of integrated, larger-scale regional hydrogen initiatives. The Hydrogen Valleys platform will feature comprehensive insights into the most advanced and ambitious projects and planned deployments around the globe. This event is free to attend.
This year’s European Hydrogen Forum will take place on Thursday 26 November and will all be online. The annual FCH JU Programme Review Days will take place on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 November 2020. The Review Days precede the PrioritHy policy conference on 25 November and the European Hydrogen Forum on 26 November 2020. Further information is available on the FCH JU website and their social media channels.
The annual FCH JU Programme Review Days will take place on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 November 2020 and will all be on-line. The Review Days precede the PrioritHy policy conference on 25 November and the European Hydrogen Forum on 26 November 2020. Further information is available on the FCH JU website and their social media channels.
The Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM events will now be taking place on 18th and 19th November 2020 as on-line events. Cenex-LCV is the UK's leading low carbon vehicle event, and Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (Cenex-CAM) will showcase Connected Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) technology and projects. Both of these premier low carbon vehicle events will be attended by all major stakeholders and decision makers for low carbon transport including key manufacturers, supply chain representatives, and government officials. For further details please visit the Cenex-LCV website: https://www.cenex-lcv.co.uk/about
SHFCA2020 H2FC Online takes place on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 October 2020. This is the 12th SHFCA annual conference, which this year focuses on the green post-Covid recovery with hydrogen and fuel cells.
The four conference sessions will cover policy, hydrogen supply, infrastructure, and hydrogen demand. SHFCA2020 H2FC Online brings together the key elements required to build a working hydrogen economy that will enable the transition to a low carbon energy system.
Hydrogen is a fast evolving area in Scotland, and SHFCA2020 H2FC Online promises to be one of the highlights of the year.
This online launch event will be the first in a series of Hydrogen Technologies Platform (HTP) webinars which will share experiences and ‘learning by doing’ from the FCH JU funded BIG HIT project in the Orkney Islands: Building Innovative Green Hydrogen Systems in Isolated Territories. The HTP will play an important role in sharing lessons learned, and help other projects to replicate this approach.
The HTP launch webinar takes place on Wednesday 23 September 2020 from 15:00 – 16:15 CET. This event will explain how the HTP can inform and help you to identify local replication opportunities for the development, deployment, and exploitation of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies for integrated local energy systems.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership Annual Conference will focus on how the UK can seize the opportunity for an investment-led green recovery in road transport as we emerge from the pandemic. This on-line event will also provide a forum for policy ideas and proposals to help inform the UK Government's 2020 Transport Decarbonisation Plan.
The LowCVP RESET 2020: Driving the green recovery conference is free to delegates and open for bookings now.
Register here: https://hopin.to/events/lowcvp-conference-reset-2020-driving-the-green-recovery
Join EMEC Hydrogen & friends for an interactive webinar celebrating EU Sustainable Energy Week, and explore the use of green hydrogen to decarbonise the aviation and maritime sector on one of the EU’s most Responsible Islands. Hear about the latest hydrogen R&D work being done in Orkney with aviation and marine hydrogen demonstration projects. Includes speakers from the European Marine Energy Centre, ZeroAvia, Fuel Cell Systems, and Abbott Risk Consulting followed by an interactive panel Q&A session.
This EUSEW Policy Conference session has been organised by the FCH JU and will showcase the ability of hydrogen & associated technologies to decarbonise islands, while generating jobs and growth needed for the economic recovery. Islands are confronted with a number of energy challenges due to their specific geographic and climatic conditions. Island economies are often largely based on tourism and related activities, which have been strongly affected by current pandemic. However, hydrogen has the potential to support islands in addressing these challenges. Hear more about opportunities for hydrogen to enable sector coupling and allow large integration of renewable energy on islands, decarbonising sectors such as tourism, whilst promoting economic growth in new technologies and areas.
This webinar event on Green Hydrogen at Industrial Scale for a Zero Carbon Future is organised by the Central European Office of Scottish Development International, the international business development agency of the Scottish Government. It will showcase the Scotland's potential to produce green hydrogen at scale for a zero-carbon future, as well as the related opportunities for companies from across Europe to explore projects and collaborations. Please note that the webinar will be held in English.