Our exciting range of webinars give our members exclusive access to the inside track on all things hydrogen – at home and internationally.
These online sessions provide cutting-edge updates and the latest news and developments in the sector, all delivered by experts from around the UK and abroad, who are just a click away.
As well as presentations from specialists in their field, the webinars are often interactive, with an opportunity for questions and conversations among participants.
We know the priorities of our members because we listen – and as we’re focussed on our members’ key interests, we make sure our webinars delve into those subjects we know will benefit them most.
The UK HFCA is keen to help our members understand and access opportunities – whether this is in funding, networking, expanding knowledge or growing their organisations.
Recently, we hosted an exclusive webinar on hydrogen export markets. In the 90-minute session, participants heard about hydrogen opportunities overseas and how to access them. A presentation from Caroline Burleigh, Hydrogen Sector Manager at the Department for International Trade (DIT), explored its overseas priorities, giving a breakdown by country of the latest targets and trends in priority countries. It provided an overview on their priority markets, recent activities, as well as contact details for those who could help access relevant markets.
Speakers from UK Export Finance and British International Investment also discussed how they can help members access overseas markets, with the opportunity for members to ask questions.
Ciaran Slater, Business Development Officer at UK Export Finance, explored how UK Export Finance can support the hydrogen sector. Meanwhile Jesse Baver, Sector Strategist, Infrastructure and Climate at British International Investment (BII), talked to members about opportunities in various markets and how BII can help access them.
Members got the chance to feed back their views to the DIT on international opportunities, and there was also a discussion of a UK HFCA survey on member international priorities which will help drive our overseas engagements and activities.
Celia Greaves, CEO of UK HFCA, said: “We’re delighted to offer these important sessions to our members – they’re packed with information and useful discussions, highlighting opportunities and trends both nationally and internationally, as well as growing our members’ networks.”