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Hydrogen – time to put our foot on the gas?

2018-03-05 12:00 2018-03-0517.30 Europe/London

Join the Advanced Propulsion Centre and Innovate UK for the next debate in the Future of Technology Series 2018, "Hydrogen – time to put our foot on the gas?" at the National Museum Cardiff on 5th March. This event is free to delegates.

Join the Advanced Propulsion Centre and Innovate UK for the next debate in the Future of Technology Series 2018, "Hydrogen – time to put our foot on the gas?" at the National Museum Cardiff on 5th March. This event is free to delegates.

Join the Advanced Propulsion Centre and Innovate UK for the next debate in the Future of Technology Series 2018," Hydrogen – time to put our foot on the gas?" at the National Museum Cardiff on 5th March. This event is free to delegates.

The likes of Toyota, Riversimple, Intelligent Energy and more will come together to discuss whether hydrogen is the answer to sustainability issues that face EV batteries and the internal combustion engine.

At this free to attend event, we will debate issues with developing hydrogen commercially, review where we currently are with hydrogen technology, look at other applications and what the future holds for the fuel.

Register now to join the debate on 5th March 2018 at the National Museum of Wales.

National Museum Cardiff
Date:  05 Mar 2018 - 05 Mar 2018
Time:  12:00 -17.30
Website:  www.apcuk.co.uk/2018/02/first-speakers-announced-for-hydrogen-time-to-put-our-foot-on-the-gas/
Location:   National Museum Cardiff
Full Address:

National Museum Cardiff, Cathays Park, Cardiff, CF10 3NP





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Join the Advanced Propulsion Centre and Innovate UK for the next debate in the Future of Technology Series 2018," Hydrogen – time to put our foot on the gas?" at the National Museum Cardiff on 5th March. This event is free to delegates.

The likes of Toyota, Riversimple, Intelligent Energy and more will come together to discuss whether hydrogen is the answer to sustainability issues that face EV batteries and the internal combustion engine.

At this free to attend event, we will debate issues with developing hydrogen commercially, review where we currently are with hydrogen technology, look at other applications and what the future holds for the fuel.

Register now to join the debate on 5th March 2018 at the National Museum of Wales.







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