On the 30th April 2012 in Westminster, the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, in collaboration with Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group and the All Party Parliamentary Group for Intelligent Energy held a highly successful debate and reception: ‘Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy: Delivering a Low Carbon Britain’. The debate, moderated by Adam Chase from E4Tech, highlighted how fuel cells and hydrogen energy are helping to address carbon reduction, energy security and economic goals across the UK and beyond. Attendees had the opportunity to hear from a panel featuring leading representatives from the fuel cell and hydrogen energy industry:

  • Dennis Hayter, Chairman of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association and Vice President, Business Development, Intelligent Energy
  • David Hurren, Business Development Manager, Air Liquide UK
  • Ian Williamson, CEO, AFC Energy
  • Graham Cooley, CEO, ITM Power

The summary of discussions can be downloaded here

 

Summary of discussions at UK HFCA “Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy: Delivering a Low Carbon Britain” evening debate and reception, 30 April 2012, Westminster