Network H2 Webinar - Hydrogen policy and economic aspects

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Network-H2 Webinar: Hydrogen Policy, economics and societal aspects

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Network-H2 is the EPSRC funded network to maximise the impact of UK-funded research and innovation. The Network organises conferences, seminars, workshops and funding calls in order to advance the knowledge and understanding of hydrogen fuelled transportation.

This webinar is the next in our series of seminars featuring speakers from industry and academia exploring the issues and impacts of Hydrogen Policy on the economy and society this seminar will feature speakers on both hydrogen policy and hydrogen economy and supply chain.

We are very grateful to our speakers for their time and expertise.

Speakers are:

Professor Robert Steinberger-Wilckens, University of Birmingham

Robert Steinberger-Wilckens is Professor for Fuel Cell and Hydrogen research in the Chemical Engineering Department of Birmingham University. He is Director of the research Fuel Cell and Hydrogen group and the Centre for Doctoral Training Fuel Cells and their Fuels.

Dr Bob Moran, Head of Environment Strategy, Department for Transport.

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The Net-Zero Research and Innovation Network aims to bring together the researchers, innovators, policymakers and enablers who will unlock the opportunity of transitioning to a Net-Zero future.

The Network will host dozens of conferences, events, workshops and online webinars to support the wider dissemination of UKRI (United Kingdom Research and Innovation) funded projects and to maximise their impact. Additionally, the Network team will facilitate joint academic and industrial secondments.

The Network team develop technical roadmaps to define the current state-of-the-art and the potential for arising technologies. These roadmaps are used to support the development of calls for research funded through EPSRC Network+.

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