Working Party for Energy, Fuels & Vehicles

21
June2022
Energy, Fuels & Vehicles WCRAQ MeetingBecome a WCRAQ member today and have your say on the future of energy, fuels & vehicles.
11:00Teams

Hyzon: accelerating the energy transitionAndre Lagendijk, Sales Manager Europe, Hyzon Motors

  • Discover why hydrogen is a viable option for fleet operators.
  • Find out when hydrogen is available.
  • Discover if Hyzon can also provide hydrogen.

Andre started at Hyzon Motors Europe in December 2020 and is responsible for the sales of hydrogen-powered heavy-duty trucks in France, Spain, Portugal and the UK.

Before starting this new career, he was already active in the world of emission-free vehicles and applications. In those days either fully electric or hydrogen.

working in the inspiring world of hydrogen mobility. He is proud to make the world a better place to live.


Making Diesel History: deploying a nationwide hydrogen refuelling infrastructure – Brendan Bilton, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer for Element 2

  • Learn how hydrogen can accelerate a zero-emission transport fleet.
  • Find out how to develop fuel security for the future.
  • Discover how to become a world leader in hydrogen infrastructure.

Brendan is a qualified Metallurgist and Materials Scientist who has spent over 20 years in the renewable energy, fuel cell, and hydrogen sectors.

He has held many CEO and MD roles at fuel cell and electrolyser companies (including Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd and ACAL Energy) and was a founder member of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) in Brussels. Over his career, he has raised over £50 million for several start-up companies and spin-outs from larger organisations. He is also a co-inventor on three published fuel cell patents.

Outside the fuel cell sector, Brendan was an original member of the Advisory Board for the University of Manchester National Graphene Centre and is currently a member of the Parliamentary Group for Energy Studies (PGES).

In June 2020, Brendan co-founded hydrogen refuelling company, Element 2, which is now actively rolling out a UK network of hydrogen refuelling stations.

His presentation is called: Making Diesel history – deploying a nationwide hydrogen refuelling infrastructure

  • Learn how hydrogen can accelerate a zero-emission transport fleet
  • Develop fuel security for the future
  • How to become a world leader in hydrogen infrastructure

‘This presentation will teach you everything you need to know about hydrogen as a transport fuel,’ commented Brendan Bilton.

Request to attend by emailing Sally Cumner, Executive Director of the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality.


Energy, Fuels & Vehicles Objectives

  • Optimise use of transition fuels and technologies
  • Investigate hydrogen as a long-term solution
  • Explore reduction of non-exhaust pipe emissions

Working Party Chair: Energy, Fuels & Vehicles – Jason Airey, MD of CMS SupaTrak

Jason Airey, Chair Air Monitoring Working Party

Jason aims to help customers reduce costs, be compliant and increase operational efficiency. As a connected fleet specialist, Jason is proud to lead a team of world-leading engineers which is designing and manufacturing vehicle telematics systems here in the UK.

Jason specialises in making a difference, and he has been instrumental in setting up the Optimised Waste & Logistics (OWL), and Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality initiatives. These innovation partnerships are helping shape best practice and increase road safety in the waste and transport and logistics sectors.

Jason has pioneered telematics systems for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) assisting them to increase first-time fix rates and to aid their customers in managing their fleets more efficiently.