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Fuel Cell and Hydrogen

From concept to commercialisation

6 November 2012 | Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, UK

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For enquires about the event, please contact Event Producer:

Veena Gupta
Email: vgupta@theiet.org


Certificate of attendance

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Attendees can request a certificate which they may use as evidence for their CPD records.



Celia Greaves (photo)

With their many markets scheduled to grow substantially over the next few years, fuel cells and hydrogen are moving rapidly into the mainstream.


Our sector has tremendous growth prospects, with the potential to generate many thousands of jobs in the UK across both existing and new supply chains, as well as delivering considerable carbon reduction in transport, power generation and other applications.


This seminar will enable you to understand the opportunities offered by the sector, and how these are being realised for a range of UK companies and other stakeholders.”

Celia Greaves, Energy Generation and Supply KTN and UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association


Key speakers include:


  • Dr Graham Cooley, Chief Executive Officer, ITM Power
  • Richard Kemp-Harper, Lead Technologist Transport and Energy, Technology Strategy Board
  • Dennis Hayter, Vice President, Business Development, Intelligent Energy
  • Ian Williamson, CEO, AFC Energy


Find out more about our world class speakers.

Hydrogen London Bus (image)

Fuel cell commercialisation is moving forward rapidly across the world.


It is estimated that the global fuel cell market could be worth over $26bn in 2020 and over $180bn in 2050.


The UK share of this market could be $1bn in 2020 rising to $19bn in 2050*.
* http://www.carbontrust.com/about-us/press



The IET Fuel Cell and Hydrogen seminar will provide a progressive platform to facilitate influential leaders to discuss and address key issues and solutions going forward. Delegates will gain insight into the most up-to-date projects, technologies and theories from both industry and academia.


Understand how fuel cell and hydrogen delivers environmental and economic benefits across many sectors, including:

  • Transportation
  • Power generation
  • Industrial equipment
  • Military power
  • Consumer electronics


Read more about insights in this developing industry and how it can benefit your company.

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