A successful debate – co-organised 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) – explored the implications of air pollution and potential solutions, particularly through hydrogen and fuel cells. The debate was chaired by Matthew […]
The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association is delighted to welcome Pressure Tech, a UK manufacturer of stainless steel pressure regulators, and Silicon Fuel, a UK technology provider for the storage and transportation of hydrogen in the form of silicon, as its latest members.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) announced today details of their £23 million Hydrogen Transport Programme, with the aim of expanding the network of hydrogen refuelling stations alongside the deployment of fuel cell vehicles, building on the successes of their previous HRS Infrastructure Capital Grant Scheme.
This new £23M Hydrogen Transport Programme will provide funding to […]
UK HFCA highlights the role for hydrogen and fuel cells revolutionising the energy sector in Westminster
The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association was delighted to provide oral evidence to the Energy and Climate Change Committee inquiry on ‘Energy Revolution: what could change the energy sector?’, which is currently exploring which disruptive technologies and innovations could […]
The UK HFCA was pleased to submit a response to the National Infrastructure Assessment plan launched by the National Infrastructure Commission.
The response aimed to ensure that the National Infrastructure Commission is aware of the benefits of hydrogen and fuel cells in balancing the intermittency of renewables and delivering low carbon heat, power and transport whilst supporting low […]
The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) welcomes the publication of the H21 City Gate Project Report. According to the Report, a UK-wide conversion to hydrogen gas will reduce carbon emissions associated with heat by a minimum of 73%. The Report suggests that conversion to hydrogen in Leeds could be initiated in 2026-29, […]
The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) was delighted to see the Government’s approval of the 5th Carbon Budget, endorsing the Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) proposal to limit emissions to 57% lower than 1990 levels between 2028 and 2032 at 1,725MtCO2e. The announcement coincided with the publication of the 2016 CCC Progress […]
The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association was pleased to see the publication of the study “Hydrogen from renewable sources in the EU” funded by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU).
Hydrogen can be produced from a broad range of renewable energy sources, acting as a unique energy hub providing low or zero emission energy to […]
Following yesterday’s announcement of the outcomes of the long-awaited Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR), the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) is calling for enhanced support for low carbon technologies, such as hydrogen and fuel cells. Specifically:
· Whilst we welcome the extension of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), the planned reforms and associated savings of […]
The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association was pleased to see the publication of two new studies funded by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU).
The study ‘Advancing Europe’s energy Systems: Stationary Fuel Cells in Distributed Generation’, complied by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, outlines a pathway for commercialising stationary fuel cells in Europe. It […]