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Fuel Cell Innovation and a future Hydrogen Economy

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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Fuel Cell Innovation and a future Hydrogen Economy

Amer Gaffar is Director of the Fuel Cell Innovation Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University, here in the UK. Not surprisingly therefore, he's a keen advocate of the role hydrogen could potentially play in out future energy system! He's also active in the various projects, collaborations and other activities that are looking to place the northwest region of England at the forefront of any future 'hydrogen economy'.

Apologies for the sound quality in places as we hear what Amer has to say, both about activities he's involved in and his wider view of progressing the sector, from education to policy.

Having chin-wagged about this topic in the past, it's always useful to get another perspective on the subject! Click on the link and enjoy



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