Launch of new Hydrogen Network
The Humber Industrial Cluster Plan, a project led by CATCH, the Humber LEP and 8 industry partners are delighted to invite business, stakeholders and members to the inaugural meeting of the Hydrogen Network.
The Humber Industrial Cluster Plan is funded by of the Government’s Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge Fund scheme, part of the £350m green recovery package. The HICP will deliver a comprehensive roadmap, detailing the key stakeholders, technologies, deployment projects, skills, supply chain, and policy required to ensure that the Humber Cluster can achieve net zero by 2040 – potentially the first region in the world to do so.
The new Hydrogen network aims to facilitate best practice sharing, provide updates from projects around the region and showcase new technologies and findings of studies conducted in the Hydrogen arena. This network is open to all, and welcomes input from all aspects of Hydrogen, from production to heating and transport.
Katie Hedges, Head of Low Carbon Strategy at CATCH said “This network will be facilitated by CATCH and will embrace companies at every stage of their decarbonisation journey. We hope that companies will come together to support each other, collaborate and provide one voice to amplify Hydrogen as a critical technology to achieve Net Zero by 2040”.
The network takes place online on the 10th March commencing at 10am. The agenda is as follows:
Chairman: David Talbot, CATCH
10.00am Welcome from Chair
1. Hydrogen – An update from Element Energy
Silvian Baltac and Jason Martins, Element Energy
2. A HiiRoc Solution
Simon Morris, Founder, HiiRoc
3. Decarbonising Industrial Clusters
Katie Hedges, CATCH
Humber Industrial Cluster Plan update
4. Company Updates
All – Share your journey to Decarbonisation
5. Future Topic ideas for the Network 2021
Close Approx.: 12:00 noon
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