Reflecting on 18 years of hydrogen and fuel cell research

29 Jul 2021

Some 250+ academics, researchers, industry professionals and policy makers attended H2FC Supergen’s ‘Progress and Future Challenges in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell’ online conference on Wednesday July 14, 2021.

The aim of the event was to reflect on Supergen and alumni achievements over the last 18 years, and to discuss how hydrogen and fuel cells will contribute to net zero.

Professor Nigel Brandon from Imperial College introduced speakers from Arcola Energy, Ceres, Johnson Matthey, NPL, Science and Technology Facilities Council and a number of UK and internatiHydrogen_onal universities (UCL, St Andrews, Strathclyde, Surrey, Bath, Birmingham, Bristol, and Pretoria in South Africa).

Here is a written and visual summary of the event and you can find the videos presentations from the event on the H2FC Supergen website.