Low-carbon energy systems to the fore at Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association conference

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The Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, which  is holding its two-day annual conference in St. Andrews this year – expects some 100 delegates to attend the event, which opens tomorrow (31 Aug)

This year’s theme is Low Carbon Energy Systems with Hydrogen & Fuel Cells and will showcase the pivotal role for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in the development and deployment of low carbon integrated energy systems. 

Key speakers include Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Secretary General of Hydrogen Europe, and Chris Stark, Director, Scottish Government Energy Team:  

see also; – http://www.shfca.org.uk/shfca-annual-conference/

During the two days it will:

  • Showcase innovation and best practice in deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies
  • Highlight the importance of partnership working and international collaboration within our growing sector
  • Present current thinking and future trends across our industry, with significant networking opportunities
  • Include an entertaining and stimulating evening conference dinner

There will also be an optional visit to see the upgraded facilities at the Hydrogen Office in Methil.

This is a significant upgrade, which includes solar panels in addition to the wind turbine, upgraded electrolyser, and two new refuellers for the fleet of 17 hydrogen vehicles.

The hardware is all controlled by a sophisticated Toshiba energy management system, and the project has been made possible through the Local Energy Challenge Fund.


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