Prof. Tim Mays discusses hydrogen on behalf of the EPSRC Supergen Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research Hub, which he also co-directs, as part of the EPSRC Engineering Net Zero week
Answering the question, “What are the social impacts of the move to net zero? – The view from the EPSRC Supergen Programme”, Prof. Tim Mays gave a presentation about the H2FC project and stressed the importance of “Society and Sustainable Development, where society at large must be engaged to appreciate the reasons for, and methods and impacts of, net zero research.” Prof. Mays also continued the conversation during the panel session which was chaired by Helen Stockton from National Energy Action.
Other contributors to the event included:
Presentations and panel
Mirjam Roeder, Supergen Bioenergy Hub and Aston University
Furong Li, Supergen Energy Networks Hub and University of Bath
Philip Sandwell, Supergen SuperSolar and Imperial
Tim Mays, H2FC Supergen (Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research Hub) and University of Bath
Deborah Greaves, Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub and University of Plymouth
Xinfang Wang, Supergen Energy Storage Network and University of Birmingham
Jenny Cooper, Supergen High Level Group, EPSRC
Watch the webinar recording here.