Hydrogen has once again been growing in profile, with a global pipeline of $90bn of projects. The science has not changed, but the world is now beginning to value carbon reduction to a point where it could be economically viable to produce and store hydrogen as a means of time shifting/storing renewable energy and/or of removing carbon from fossil fuels.
The UK has a H2 project pipeline greater than rest of the world combined when you measure by CO2 saved, according to Bloomberg, and is at the cutting edge of the hydrogen economy, This must be a global effort if we are to mitigate climate change.
For pre-reading on the topic, all are welcome to access The Energy Institute's 'Energy Essentials Guide to Hydrogen'.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
Aimed at an audience with some existing knowledge of the basics of a hydrogen economy, this event will provide in depth understanding on:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This event is scheduled to take place at 4pm (SGT) / 9am (GMT). We welcome our global audience to join us in this discussion.
BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONER TO THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, ENGINEERING AND RESEARCH OF UK DEPARTMENT FOR BUSINESS, ENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY
CEO OF THE SCOTTISH HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL ASSOCIATION
PRESIDENT'S CHAIR IN ENERGY AT NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
SENIOR STRATEGY ADVISOR AT BP AUSTRALIA
More speakers to follow.
The discussion will be moderated by Thomas Briault, Associate Principal at Arup Singapore.
This event is a webinar. The link to this online event will be issued to attendees the day before the event.
British High Commissioner to the Republic of Singapore at British High Commission
Deputy Director, Engineering and Research of UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Associate Principal at Arup Singapore Pte Ltd
CEO of Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
Senior Strategy Advisor at BP Australia
President’s Chair in Energy at Nanyang Technological University