HyTrEc2 Final Conference - Presentation Materials

The HyTrEc2 partnership has been running a series of Seminars as part of exploring legacy projects that follow from HyTrEc2. The presentations below are part of the Aberdeen Seminar held on the 16th of May 2023 in Aberdeen, Scotland and can be downloaded by following the links.

 

Session

Speaker

Welcome

Lord Provost of Aberdeen, Dr David Cameron

Introduction to HyTrEc2

Louise Napier, HyTrEc2 Project Manager, Aberdeen City Council

Hydrogen and Fleet Decarbonisation

Sandra Omondi, Smart HyAware Project Manager, Aberdeen City Council

Scaling up Hydrogen in The Netherlands

Freek Apperloo, Hydrogen Policy Advisor, Province of Drenthe and Michel Doornbus, Fleet Manager, City of Groningen

Hydrogen Training

Chris Ashe, Director of Innovation, atene KOM GmbH

Q & A

 Slido.com #3187650 

Lunch and Networking

 

Vehicle Focus with ULEMCo

Chris Games, Head of Application Engineering and Ben Smith, Net Zero Project Manager, ULEMCo

Practicalities of Running a Hydrogen Vehicle in Rural NE Scotland

Philip Smart, Transport Innovation Specialist, Aberdeenshire Council

Aberdeen City Council Fleet Plans

John Weir, Fleet Manager, Aberdeen City Council

The Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub

Dr Oliver Taylor, Chief Executive Officer – bp Aberdeen Hydrogen Energy Ltd & Head of Business Development, bp UK

The Aberdeen Hydrogen Vehicle Club

Louise Napier, HyTrEc2 Project Manager, Aberdeen City Council

Q & A

Slido.com #3187650 

Vehicle Showcase

H2ICEd Royal Mail Van, ACC Fuel Cell Hyundai Nexo, Aberdeenshire Council Fuel Cell Toyota Mirai, ACC H2ICEd Roadsweeper, First Bus Aberdeen Fuel Cell Bus, Keenans Recycling H2ICEd and HVO Waste Truck

From left to right: Chris Ashe - atene KOM, Freek Apperloo - Province of Drenthe, Sandra Omondi - Smart HyAware, Michel Doornbos - City of Groningen, Dr David Cameron - Lord Provost of Aberdeen City Council

From left to right: Chris Ashe - atene KOM, Freek Apperloo - Province of Drenthe, Sandra Omondi - Smart HyAware, Michel Doornbos - City of Groningen and Dr David Cameron - Lord Provost of Aberdeen