The only UK Marine focused hydrogen working group was officially launched at COP26 yesterday.
On Energy Day at COP26, when we were informed that the world was moving towards a renewable future, leading influencer’s in the marine hydrogen space met in Glasgow to debate the use of Hydrogen to decarbonise the maritime sector and together officially launch the UK Marine Hydrogen Working Group.
The purpose of the group is to assist with the acceleration of decarbonisation by championing the use of hydrogen and to be `the` leading voice towards government and regulatory bodies and ultimately to provide more opportunities to members by making connections.
This well-informed group will work alongside the UK largest maritime network, National Maritime , to discuss the technical, regulatory, and financial challenges to vessel design and conversion and infrastructure development.
A special thanks to our co-host and lead of the working group, Tim Munn Marine Zero, and immense praise to our fantastic panelists, David Scott Steven Lua Derek McGlashan James Walker and not forgetting our wonderful guests. So much experience and expertise under one roof.
If you are interested in joining the UK Marine Hydrogen Working Group contact Tim or e: firstname.lastname@example.org