SHFCA Briefing on 27th August from 11:30 – 13:00 CET may be of interest to all NWBA members.
This webinar event will explore the potential role for clean hydrogen to help deliver Scotland’s 75% GHG emissions reduction by 2030, the need to rapidly scale up the production of clean hydrogen in Scotland, and wider partnership opportunities. We’ve a great speaker line-up, and it’s free to attend, please register here
SHFCA Briefing: Meeting Scotland’s 2030 Ambitions with Hydrogen
Thursday 27th August 2020. 10:30-12:00 BST
Webinar, Hosted by Anderson Strathern, Edinburgh
10:30 Bruce Farquhar, Anderson Strathern: Welcome & opening comments
10:35 Stuart McKay, Scottish Government: Hydrogen Policy
10:50 Dave Holman, Scottish Enterprise: Scaling up Hydrogen Supply
11:00 Matthew Knight, Siemens Energy: Ambitions for GW scale Green Hydrogen
11:10 Gavin MacKay, HIE: GW Scale Offshore Wind for Green Hydrogen
11:20 Alexandra Stein, Scottish Government: Partnership Opportunities
11:30 Panel Discussion with Q&A
11:55 Closing Comments. Nigel Holmes, SHFCA
Our annual ‘Edinburgh Festival’ SHFCA event follows in the recent tradition established with the 2018 SHFCA Briefing on Decarbonising Scotland’s Energy System with Hydrogen and the 2019 SHFCA Net Zero Briefing on Decarbonising Scotland’s Energy with Green & Blue Hydrogen.
SHFCA member Anderson Strathern is again hosting this SHFCA Briefing. This year we’re moving online for the first time, with the advantage that we’re no longer restricted by the room capacity for the number of delegates.
This webinar will provide an update on Scotland’s ambitions, backed up by progress in key areas. It will show the potential for hydrogen at scale to support the delivery of policy targets, highlighting areas of key strengths for Scotland. Participants will also hear about the need to build wider partnerships for hydrogen production and supply in order to achieve key milestones on the pathway to Net Zero by 2045.
If you have any questions about the SHFCA Briefing arrangements please do get in touch.