WEET Conference: Growing the hydrogen economy in the UK – policy and market development, commercialisation and scaling up, and readying infrastructure

Published: 6 May 2021

This conference will examine key policy priorities for supporting the growth of the UK hydrogen industry and next steps for scaling up infrastructure.

It is taking place in the context of the Government’s Energy White Paper, mapping the approach to energy system development up to 2050, with attention paid to setting targets for hydrogen use, as well as investment and implementation.

The agenda focuses on the development of:

  • the domestic infrastructure, manufacturing and skills base
  • policy, market rules and incentives
  • commercialisation in energy, heating, power generation and transport
  • funding and investment
  • the role of hydrogen in the energy mix and industry decarbonisation into the future

Richard Halsey, Capabilities Director at the Energy Systems Catapult, will be speaking on a panel at 10:05am:

Policy to support hydrogen rollout and a route to deploying 5GW by 2030 – long-term guidance for industry, innovation priorities, and affordability

Panel:
Ross Fairley, Partner, Burges Salmon
Chris Jackson, Chair, UK Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Association
Richard Halsey, Director of Capabilities, Energy Systems Catapult

You can register for your place today.