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Hydrogen and fuel cells applications in marine and rail transport
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 from 12:30 to 14:00 (BST)
The Transport Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and Energy Generation and Supply KTN would like to invite you to a lunchtime webinar on fuel cells and hydrogen applications in marine and rail transport.
The Transport KTN’s mission is to seek out and support innovation that addresses common challenge areas from the road, rail and marine sectors.
Fuel cells and hydrogen have the potential to transform the energy landscape, offering a range of solutions to the challenges around economic growth, decarbonisation, energy security and fuel poverty in a variety of applications.
In transport, passenger fuel cell vehicles operating on fossil-derived hydrogen offer 50% reductions in carbon emissions when compared to conventional petrol vehicles, and produce no carbon when the hydrogen is derived from renewable sources.
A Transport KTN and Energy Generation and Supply KTN event
12:30 Introduction, Celia Greaves, EG&S KTN
12:40 Andreas Hoffrichter (University of Birmingham): Fuel cells and hydrogen technologies for rail followed by short Q&A
13:15 Ed Fort (Lloyds Register): Fuel cells and hydrogen technologies for marine transport followed by short Q&A
13:50 Joint Q&A session
Please register for this free event by clicking the "register" button above - we will send out joining instructions for the webinar and confirmation of the speakers at minimum 2 days before the event.
The webinar will be recorded and the recording will be made available via the Transport and EGS KTNs after the event.
You might also like......Greening the Waterways, 27th June 2012
You may also be interested in a one-day workshop on the application of electricity and hydrogen to waterways transportation. It will be held in Brimingham on 27th June 2012.
More information on "Greening the Waterways" can be found by clicking here.
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