Ian Williamson (HyEnergy Consultancy) and Bill Irealand (Logan Energy Ltd), two other SEAFUEL partners will be part of the group of experts who will participate as speakers.
SEAFUEL – sustainable integration of renewable fuels in local transportation, co-financed by the 2014-2020 INTERREG Atlantic Area programme will participate in the webinar “The use of hydrogen in our recovery from COVID19.” designed to influence and build on the future of renewable energy in Northern Ireland as part of the Atlantic Area.
This webinar, part Action Renewables Energy Association webinar series, will be held on Wednesday, 29 July 2020 at 10:00 – 12:00 WEST and will count with two SEAFUEL speakersamong other industry experts. On the one hand Mr. Ian Williamson, Managing Director of HyEnergy Consultancy with the presentation Topic ” Sustainable integration of renewable fuels in local transportation” will expand on the SEAFUEL project and demonstrate how the project will use renewable resources to power local transport fleets with zero-carbon fuel. He will highlight the viability of hydrogen as an alternative fuel and the importance of having a policy framework in place for its widespread use.
On the other hand, Mr. Bill Ireland, CEO of Logan Energy Ltd with the Topic ” Realities of hydrogen systems” will take a look at the projects developed and current trends for hydrogen system enquiries and demands. He will also discuss the feedback gathered from system deployment so far.
Following the new strategies arising throughout Europe where clean hydrogen is expected to play a key role in the decarbonisation of different sectors such as industry and transport, this webinar “The use of hydrogen in our recovery from COVID-19” aims to inform the public about the long term benefits of this renewable energy and highlight the opportunities hydrogen fuel cell systems and its related infrastructure present, in helping us to buildbackbetter from COVID-19.
You can check all the speakers and register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/113748743554