The UK HFCA is delighted to welcome BP, Vivarail and JRE Precision as its latest members.
If you’d like to find out more about the benefits of membership and how to become a member, please contact us!
Amanda Lyne, Chair of the UK HFCA, was delighted to submit oral evidence to the Science and Technology Committee inquiry on ‘Technologies for meeting Clean Growth emissions reduction targets’. The session focused on options for decarbonising the UK’s road transport and actions the Government should be taking now to enable these. The key message from […]
UK HFCA is delighted to welcome AVL, which focuses on the development, testing and simulation of powertrain systems, Elgar Middleton Bio Power, which develops anaerobic facilities and Imperial College, which leads on a wide range of hydrogen and fuel cell interests, including the H2FC Supergen as its latest members.
The latest UK HFCA members’ event took place on Thursday 1st November at Anglo American’s London Office, and provided the opportunity to:
– Hear from the Hydrogen Economy team at BEIS on plans for the autumn and beyond, including linkages and opportunities across Government;
The UK HFCA was delighted to hold a members’ only event on the 5th of July. The event provided the opportunity to:
Hear from the new Hydrogen Team at BEIS, and catch up on BEIS’ hydrogen and fuel cell activities;
Update on the Committee on Climate Change’s current thinking on the role for hydrogen and fuel cells […]
Building on the UK HFCA ‘Sector Deal Proposal’ an Expression of Interest for the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund Wave 3 was submitted. This was lead by the UK HFCA and was submitted jointly with the H2FC Supergen. A high profile meeting with key stakeholders and officials took place prior to submission in order to finalise […]
The UK HFCA was delighted to submit a detailed proposal for a ‘Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Sector Deal’. The key message of the submission highlighted the following:
‘The prime objective of a Sector Deal for the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell (H&FC) Sector is to create a cross industry and governmental infrastructure investment policy group that drives […]
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 […]