Towards A Hydrogen Economy
Start Date:16 Nov 11
The Birmingham Cleantech Cluster event on 16 November 2011 will be hosted by Eversheds and will focus on the potential for hydrogen and fuel cells.
Birmingham has been a focus for leading innovation and technology development in hydrogen research for many years. A combination of world class researchers at Birmingham and Coventry Universities and a range of initiatives to develop the hydrogen economy in the region have created a centre of excellence to support the market development of this exciting but also challenging energy source. The hydrogen filling station at Birmingham University, the British Midland Hydrogen Forum with the Midlands Hydrogen Ring, International Hydrogen Research Showcase and the West Midlands' CABLED are some of the key initiatives as the hydrogen economy develops in the region.
This event will look at what has been achieved, progress to date, what is slowing progress now and what needs to happen to bring a sustainable hydrogen economy into reality.
Speakers and panelists
• Graham Cooley – CEO, ITM Power
• Robert Evans – CEO, CENEX
• Rupert Gammon – senior research fellow, De Montfort University
• Prof Kevin Kendall – Birmingham University
• John-Marc Bunce – analyst, Nomura Code
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