UK HFCA Parliamentary Debate and Reception ‘Improving Air Quality in the UK: How Can Hydrogen and Fuel Cells help?’ – 25th October, Westminster

Monday, August 21st, 2017

The next UK HFCA Parliamentary Debate and Reception “Improving Air Quality in the UK: How Can Hydrogen and Fuel Cells help?” will be held on Wednesday 25th October 2017.

This event – co-hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Intelligent Energy (APPGIE), the All Party Parliamentary Group on Air Pollution and the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) – will explore the implications of air pollution and potential solutions, particularly through hydrogen and fuel cells. The debate will be co-chaired by Peter Aldous MP, Chair of the APPGIE and Matthew Pennycook MP, Chair of the APPG on Air Pollution  and a range of experts and will explore questions such:

  • What are the impacts of Air Pollution on health, and what are the trends?
  • How can innovative solutions, such as hydrogen and fuel cells, help?
  • What can Government do? Is the recently released ‘Air quality plan for nitrogen dioxide’ sufficient?

The debate will be followed by a networking drinks reception; if you’re not a UK HFCA member, join us in time to attend!