The UK HFCA Position Paper 'The Role for Nuclear Enabled Hydrogen in Delivering Net Zero’
Tuesday, June 7, 2022 · 3:30 p.m.
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
This 90-minute webinar, hosted by a representative from Burges Salmon, includes an introduction to the Paper from Allan Simpson, Senior Research Technologist at the UK National Nuclear Laboratory , followed by a panel discussion hosted by Burges Salmon Consultant Patrick Robinson. We welcomed panellists Marcus Newborough, ITM Power, Richard Oblath, H2 Transition Capital, Shekhar Sumit, EDF and Georgina Hines from the Nuclear Industry Association who considered:
• The role for Nuclear Enabled Hydrogen in the net zero transition and energy security;
• The short term Roadmap for Nuclear Enabled Hydrogen; and
• The steps that the UK can take to support this.
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15.30 - Introduction/welcome by Celia Greaves
15.35 - Introduction to the Position Paper, Allan Simpson, Chair of the UK HFCA Nuclear Enabled Hydrogen Working Group, Scientist at NNL
15.55 - Panel Discussion chaired by Patrick Robinson, Burges Salmon
16.30 - Q&A
16.50 - Government perspective from Rt Hon Greg Hands Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth
17:00 - Finish and closing comments by Celia Greaves
Tuesday, June 7, 2022 · 3:30 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Who can attend?Everyone
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Marcus is Development Director of ITM Power, which manufactures PEM electrolysers. Previously he was Professor of Energy Systems at Cranfield and Heriot-Watt Universities. He has over 30 years experience in energy systems, energy utilisation and...
Richard M Oblath – BSC (Hons) in Metallurgy and Materials Science, PhD in Molten Salt Electrochemistry. 40-year global senior executive industrial career with Goodyear then Shell (25 years). Post retirement board level corporate advising on the...
Allan is Technical Lead for the UK National Nuclear Laboratory’s internal research programme on hydrogen having initiated key research in this area in 2020. He has long been an advocate for ensuring nuclear energy actively responds to the needs of...
Georgina is currently a Policy Analyst at the Nuclear Industry Association, where she is responsible for the development of the organisation’s position on policies affecting the nuclear industry and was lead author of the NIA’s Hydrogen Roadmap....
Celia Greaves is founder and CEO of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association. She has lead the Association and its predecessor for over 15 years, and has been instrumental in its growth to be the leading pan-UK hydrogen grouping. Other hydrogen...
Ian is an expert in the field of nuclear regulation and international nuclear law and has invaluable experience in nuclear new build projects in the UK from his time as Deputy General Counsel of the Hinkley Point C Project. Ian is also an...