Delivered in collaboration with the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, discover how fuel cells and hydrogen will support the Green Recovery in the Midlands.
Published July 2020
In this webinar, delegates learn the history and the future of fuel cells and hydrogen in the Midlands UK, led by one of the UK’s fuel cell pioneers.
The talk covers the following aspects of fuel cells:
History of fuel cells, hydrogen and other low carbon technologies in the Midlands
State of the art developments and the current landscape of commercial uses/players
The role of fuel cells and hydrogen in the low carbon energy transition and a Green Recovery, post-COVID
Dr Michaela Kendall is CEO of Adelan, the longest running fuel cell company in Britain and a business she co-founded in The Midlands in 1996. Adelan commercialises a clean energy (fuel cell) technology she co-invented with Prof Kevin Kendall FRS in the early 1990s. Addressing the emissions, security and cost of energy throughout her career, she secured the widest international cooperation in the US, Europe and Asia to realise global ambitions for hydrogen and fuel cells. After a 30 year career in the area, she was recently recognised as a global pioneer in accelerating the energy transition in the hydrogen and fuel cells challenge of Mission Innovation, an initiative part funded by the EC and Bill Gates. She was named as the first UK Mission Innovation Champion in 2020 by a scheme administered by BEIS.
To discover exactly how Adelan and the steering group can support your future energy ambitions or to discuss your requirements for clean, quiet and reliable energy for remote, mobile or any other applications, please contact Dr Kendall and the rest of the Adelan team at:
15 Weekin Works, 112-116 Park Hill Road, Birmingham B17 9HD (UK)
Tel: +44 (0)121 427 8033
First founded in The Midlands, Birmingham-based Adelan pioneered microtubular solid oxide fuel cell (mSOFC) technology more than 30 years’ ago. Adelan’s patented and scalable technology gives the fuel cell unprecedented flexibility, allowing the system to run cleanly on a range of commonly available fuels such as LPG, natural gas or propane/butane mix. As a result, though Adelan fuel cells can also run on hydrogen, they offer considerable additional operational flexibility and ease of use benefits whilst retaining a small, compact and lightweight footprint.
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