Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe, 27th – 28th September 2023
Ricardo is attending the Hydrogen Technology Expo 2023, coinciding with
Carbon Capture Technology Expo Europe 2023 and Electric & Hybrid Aerospace Technology Symposium
We're excited to speak at various panels and have an exhibit at the Hydrogen Technology & Carbon Capture Expo Europe 23'. You'll find us at Stand 6B70.
Our team will be discussing technologies & solutions for a low-carbon hydrogen future, bringing together the entire hydrogen value chain to focus on developing solutions and innovations for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage and distribution as well as applications in a variety of stationary and mobile applications.
Reasons to book a 10-minute free consultation at our stand:
- Opportunity to speak freely with our hydrogen and carbon capture experts
- Learn about real-life hydrogen and carbon capture case studies
- Rare opportunity to get hands-on with our virtual reality carbon removals technology.
Ricardo speakers and panelists - who's speaking and topics
- Dr Hamish Nichol - Hydrogen Safety & Certification
- Joanna Richart - Challenges & benefits of in-house hydrogen test facility
- Dr Richard Osborne - Heavy-Duty hydrogen engines for truck, marine and non-road applications – Decarbonizing propulsion
- Temoc Rodriguez - Liquid hydrogen cooling of electric propulsion systems
- Graeme MacLean - Opportunities in the hydrogen supply chain
Full details on each event
- Hydrogen World Expo, Europe, Carbon Capture Expo, Europe, Electric & Hybrid Aerospace Technology Symposium
Below you will find our latest 'speak with Ricardo expert' interviews:
Overcoming The Technical Challenges In The Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Sector
The concept of hydrogen as a clean and renewable energy source is nothing new. However, a number of technical and economic challenges need to be overcome before hydrogen can be fully realized as a major contributor to reducing global carbon emissions.
We're excited to be speaking and participating in panel discussions discussing the entire supply chain, covering everything from:
• Technologies and solutions for low-carbon hydrogen production
• Efficient storage, transport and infrastructure
• Advanced design, testing and development, manufacturing solutions and advanced materials for hydrogen fuel cells.
Overcoming The Technical Challenges In The Carbon Capture Sector
Carbon Capture Expo Europe is a solutions-driven forum that will discuss the development of new technologies to overcome these technical challenges and propel carbon capture into the mainstream for stationary and mobile application.
We are brining our innovative greenhouse gas removal technology to our stand, this technology could help deliver community scale renewable heat and energy, and national energy security.
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Our Hydrogen Projects
Fuelling Scotland's Ambitions: A Hydrogen Research Study for Scottish Distilleries
Ricardo produced a reporting outlining the growing potential for using hydrogen as a lower carbon source of heat for distilleries and high temperature industrial processes.
Repowered hydrogen bus
Ricardo has worked to repower a double decker bus with hydrogen fuel cells to support a zero-emission demonstration on Teesside. The project, in partnership with Stagecoach North East, created a hydrogen fuelled, zero tailpipe concept bus, to support exploration into the feasibility of the production of fleet passenger vehicles for future, sustainable shared mobility.
HydroFLEX - Hydrogen Train
HydroFLEX was the first hydrogen-powered train to operate on the UK's network.
FlyZero: hydrogen ICE for aerospace
Ricardo helps FlyZero identify renewable liquid hydrogen internal combustion engine as a potential propulsion system of the future.
Hydrogen fuel cell for commercial trucks
Ricardo supported a California Fuel Cell Partnership in the assessment of H2 trucks and fuelling stations.
Supporting the decarbonisation of the heat, power and transport for the public sector
Ricardo supported the decarbonisation of the heat, power and transport for the modern energy partners (MEP) programme, a systemic approach to developing local low carbon energy systems within the public sector.
Ricardo supports Nc'nean with exploring negative emissions and CO2 removal
Working alongside our team of energy and heat experts, Nc’nean, a small, independent, organic distillery on the west coast of Scotland, became the UK’s first whisky distillery to reach net zero emissions for scopes 1 and 2.
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