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HIL Scotland Conference 2022

Date/Time
22 Nov 2022 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Location
Radisson BLU, Glasgow


The Scottish Government published their hydrogen policy statement in December 2020 which set out a vision for Scotland to become a leading hydrogen nation in the production of reliable, competitive, sustainable hydrogen, securing Scotland’s future as a centre of international excellence as we establish the innovation, skills and supply chain to underpin our energy transition.

HYDROGEN PRIORITIES

Having spent £40m over the past five years in hydrogen transport policies, the focus is now to scaling-up the potential for hydrogen by linking together opportunities across sectors and transport modes and building Scotland’s potential for innovation and supply chain growth.

With the support of Transport Scotland and our enterprise agencies, underpinned by close collaboration between government and industry, we are now seeing the emergence of the next generation of hydrogen projects and investment, including in new areas such as rail, road transport, maritime and aviation.

EVENT SYNOPSIS

This one day conference will bring a wide range of stakeholders responsible for delivering Scotland’s hydrogen objectives to discuss practical ways in which we can produce and distribute hydrogen successfully.

Split into four sections as below, we’re looking for industry experts to contribute to the day

  • Aligning Transport Scotland & other key transport authorities to build a secure infrastructure
  • Building for Success: Working collaboratively to build a network of hydrogen production, storage and distribution for transport
  • Competitive Future: Scaling up technology to create a more robust business case
  • Delivering for passengers: Encouraging modal shift through clean energy and modal shift
SPEAKERS

 

SCHEDULE

Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow– 22 November 2022


08.00– 09.00 – Breakfast, registration and networking

09.00 – 09.15 – Chair Welcome – Floyd March – Editor, Hydrogen Industry Leaders


Session 1 – Aligning key transport authorities to build a secure infrastructure

09.15 – 09.30 –– Stuart McKay – Head of Hydrogen – Scottish Government

09.30 – 09.45 – Headline Sponsor

09.45 – 10.25 – Panel discussion – The opportunities hydrogen brings to the supply chain and implementing across different modes of transportation

• Chris Ashley – Head of Policy – Road Haulage Association
• David Rennie – Head of Low Carbon Energy Scottish Enterprise

10.25 – 11.15 – Refreshments and Networking


Session 2 – Building for Success: Working collaboratively to build a network of hydrogen production, storage and distribution for transport

11.20 – 11.35 – Aberdeen City Council – Aberdeen’s vision to be a world leading hydrogen city

11.35 – 11.50 – TBC

11.50 – 12.25 – Panel discussion – storing, producing and distributing hydrogen

• Sara Grainger – Head of the Accelerator Unit – Transport Scotland
• BOC – speaker TBC


12.30 – 13.00 – Technical Seminars – 1

13.00 – 14.00 – Lunch and Networking

14.05 – 14.35 – Technical Seminar 2 –


Session 3 – Competitive Future: Scaling up technology to create a more robust business case

14.40 – 14.55 – Chair Afternoon Welcome – Floyd March, Editor, Hydrogen Industry Leaders

14.55 – 15.10 – Stuart McKay – Head of Hydrogen, Scottish Government – How e-fuels can shape energy transition in Scotland – confirmed

15.10 – 15.25 – Freeports – establishing Green Freeports and the role hydrogen will play

15.25 – 15.40 – Hydrogen Train future of rain travel

15.40 – 16.00 – Barry Carruthers – Hydrogen Director – ScottishPower

15.10 – 15.50 – Panel discussion

15.50 – 16.10 – Refreshments and Networking

16.10 – 16.50 – Panel discussion – the rural opportunities for hydrogen

•  Frank Roach – Partnerships manager – HITRANS Head of Highways
•  Aberdeen City Council – speaker TBC

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