GenComm at All Energy 2022 in Glasgow

  • GenComm Programme Manager, Paul McCormack is to be the initial speaker at the All Energy ‘Engineering a Net Zero Future’ event in the SEC in Glasgow on May 11, 2022.

    All Energy is the UK’s largest low carbon energy and fuel supply chain renewables event. In 2019 All Energy had 8,000 attendees.

    On day one, (May 11) of the event, Paul McCormack is the first speaker at 10.30am. Based on the work of the GenComm, SMART H2 and H2 CAT projects, Mr McCormack will speak on ‘Renewable hydrogen for a sustainable Europe and future clean transport and industry sectors’.

    Also on day one, Bill Ireland, CEO, Logan Energy, will speak on ‘Green H2 production, distribution and refuelling for buses: A case study from Belfast’.

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    On day two, (May 12), Dr Nigel Holmes, CEO, Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, (SHFCA) will make an address: ‘Building the hydrogen economy across Scotland’.

    Also on day two, Carlos Meiuto from Repsol Sinopec Resources will speak on the ‘Flotta Hydrogen Hub-optimised green hydrogen production for Orkney, Scotland and Europe’.

    Looking forward to the event, GenComm Programme Manager, Paul McCormack, said: “Hydrogen can be the catalyst for a sustainable future. We can technically and financially optimise the production and commercialisation of renewable hydrogen. The world in facing our climate and energy security challenges has a growing realism about where and how hydrogen will play an ever growing role in our energy systems. Hydrogen is a key energy vector of the future and will address the key challenges of hard to decarbonise sectors.”

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    Paul McCormack: “There is significant momentum across the entire hydrogen value chain and it is accelerating cost reductions for hydrogen production, transmission, distribution, retail and end applications.”

    Source: Written from press release.

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