The Energy Futures theme is concerned with advances in fundamental science and technology necessary to develop energy supplies that will replace fossil fuels and to meet CO2 emission targets. The Global Grand Challenge is to find new and innovative ways to deliver secure, clean and efficient energy and new technology for the production, distribution and storage of energy.
On 21st and 22nd February 2013 the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Supergen Hub and the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) hosted a two day workshop on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells at The Cosener’s House, Abingdon.
The aim of the workshop was to bring together the research community and STFC facility staff to identify:
The Energy Futures theme currently concentrates on:
Scientific organising committee:
To discuss your ideas in this area please contact Kevin Smith.
This will be an informal workshop with no fees. We aim to have a relaxed atmosphere to facilitate communication between our guests. The day will consist of presentations from guest speakers and discussions. Please see the workshop programme (Word document - 836kB - link opens in a new window) for details.
Places at the workshop will be limited. There will be a workshop dinner during the evening of 21 February, and a limited amount of accommodation will be available at The Cosener’s House.
Registration is now closed.
Last updated: 09 February 2017