HI-ACT: Hydrogen Integration for Accelerated Energy Transitions workshop – 7 September 11:30-13:00 – online via Zoom

Join us on Wednesday 7th September (11:30-13:00) for a workshop to explore the future of hydrogen in the UK energy system and its role in energy transitions.

Newcastle, Glasgow and Cardiff Universities have recently been appointed the UK Coordinator for the Hydrogen Integration for Accelerated Energy Transitions (HI-ACT) Centre by UKRI. The Centre aims to better understand the requirements of all the stakeholders who can help accelerate this transition.

As part of the early engagement work of HI-ACT, NEA is working with the Centre to undertake engagement with key stakeholders from across regional and local governments and housing to develop a broad and cross-sector view on the potential pathways for integrating hydrogen into future energy use. This workshop will explore the potential role of hydrogen from your perspective, including future plans, opportunities and challenges from technical, social, environmental and economic perspectives. The workshop will feed directly into the future work of the HI-ACT Centre on operational and planning decision support for the integration of hydrogen and alternative fuels into the UK energy landscape.

This workshop is free to attend but registration is required. Upon registration you will receive confirmation of place including a Zoom link to join the workshop on the day. Please do not share this Zoom link with anyone else. If after registration you are unable to attend, please let us know by email: helen.stockton@nea.org.uk