Part of Hydrogen Week
Part of Hydrogen Week 2024, the North West Hydrogen Alliance will bring together local, regional and national stakeholders to discuss the significant progress the North West has made in hydrogen delivery.
This major one day conference is free to attend and will be held on 28th February 2024 at The Spine, Liverpool – a state of the art facility which is on track to be one of the most eco- friendly and healthiest workspaces in the UK.
Following the success of the inaugural Hydrogen Week event in 2023, this year we’ll be showcasing the great things happening in the North West across the full chain of production, distribution, transport, storage and fuel switching. Confirmed speakers include Progressive Energy, Cadent, Essar, EET Hydrogen, Jacobs, University of Liverpool, Hydrogen UK and Grenian Hydrogen. Many more to be announced!
The event will deliver an insightful commentary for individuals across the sector, from investors and policy makers to businesses already in the hydrogen space and those looking to enter.
DELIVERING THE HYDROGEN ECONOMY 2023
WEBINAR – 21st November 2023
Revolutionising UK Aviation: Harnessing Hydrogen for a Sustainable Future
WEBINAR – 24th November 2022
The role of hydrogen in decarbonising home heating
WEBINAR – 5th April 2022
A Spotlight on Hydrogen & CCUS
13 December 2023
5th UK CCUS and Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit
6th – 8th February 2024
7th – 8th February
Hydrogen UK Annual Conference 2024
11th – 12th March 2024
Discover films, presentations and photography from the 2019 ‘Delivering The Hydrogen Economy North West’ event
Watch our event showreel for a snapshot of our region’s greatest hydrogen assets, highlighted by speakers including Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram, Jane Gaston, Development Director, Protos and Ed Syson, Chief Safety Officer, Cadent.
Webinar: The role of hydrogen in green recovery
As the country looks to recovery from COVID-19, this webinar will look at the role of hydrogen in green recovery. With the potential for hydrogen to decarbonise our homes, businesses and industry we will talk to some of the key partners at the forefront of developing a hydrogen economy in the UK. Attendees will hear about HyNet, one of the country’s leading hydrogen and carbon capture utilisation and storage projects, Peel Environmental’s Protos site, where a UK first plastics waste to hydrogen facility is proposed, and plans by Alstom to develop hydrogen trains in Widnes. It will look at what’s needed to drive the hydrogen economy and how this can be a vital part of green recovery, driving jobs, investment and supply chain opportunities.
Join the North West Hydrogen Alliance as we bring together key speakers including:
- Myles Kitcher, Managing Director at Peel Environmental – part of Peel L&P
- Professor Joe Howe, Executive Director, Thornton Energy Research Institute, University of Chester and Chair of NWHA
- Mike Muldoon, Head of Business Development, Alstom
- Dr Chris Mason-Whitton, Progressive Energy
When: 22nd July 10am-11am
Evo North, 5th March 2020, Manchester
This unique and inclusive, CPD accredited event isn’t your run of the mill bums, on seats conference, exhibition and networking dinner. EvoNorth opens up discussion that leads to action on the design and delivery of transformational public services for the citizens of the North.
Over the two days you can earn up to 16 CPD points by attending and participating in workshops, seminars and innovation hubs, covering:
- Energy, Infrastructure & Decarbonisation
- Transport & Connectivity
- Digital, Data & Technology
- Health, Social Care & Wellbeing
- Housing, Placemaking & Social Value
- Education, Skills & Employment
- Business, Innovation & Investment