Past Events

University of St Andrews Industry Club June 2021.

  • ‘Battery Design Challenges for Extreme Environments’, Stuart Morrison, Director at MEP Technologies.
  • A radical re-invention of the electrolyser: low-cost, high-pressure, zero-emission hydrogen’, Luke Tan, Product Officer at Supercritical.

University of St Andrews Industry Club May 2021.

  • ‘Battery Design Challenges for Extreme Environments’, Stuart Morrison, Director at MEP Technologies.
  • ‘Green Jobs Call’, Terry Hogg, Can Do Innovation Challenge Fund Manager at at Scottish Enterprise.

University of St Andrews Industry Club April 2021. 

  • Introduction to Sunamp Thermal Storage for C&I Applications’, Jamie Hillis, Global Cooling Development Manager at Sunamp.
  • Simulation the Key Technology: From Battery Cell to Pack Design’, Dr Royston Jones, CTO Consultancy, Altair.

University of St Andrews Industry Club March 2021.

  • Working with Platinum Group and Noble Metals’, John Lowe, Head of Chemistry at Ceimig.
  • Amte Power – Profile, target markets, cell development approach and product pipeline’, Emmanuel Eweka, Head of Electrochemistry and Innovation at Amte Power

University of St Andrews Industry Club February 2021.

  • Impact Solutions: Our involvement in the Safety and Sustainability of Lithium Batteries‘, Steven Burns, Commercial Director at Impact Solutions.
  • ‘Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powertrains for Heavy Vehicles’, Ben Todd, CEO at Arcola Energy.

University of St Andrews Industry Club January 2021.

  • ‘Welcome and Introduction to the Genesis Centre’, John Irvine, Professor at University of St Andrews.
  • ‘LERG – Proton Conducting Ceramic’s Future in Green Hydrogen Production’, Jeff Olear, Executive Chairman at LERG.

Scottish Government Hydrogen Policy: Opportunities for Academic Researchers

Hosted by the University of St Andrews and organised jointly by the Hydrogen Accelerator and the Energy Technology Partnership. This event explored the Scottish Hydrogen Policy Statement and the role for Scottish Academia has to play in achieving Scotland’s decarbonisation targets.

Speakers and Panel:

  • Stuart McKay, Head of Hydrogen Policy, Scottish Government
  •  Veronica Noone, Head of Energy Strategy, Scottish Enterprise
  • Prof John Irvine, Chair of the Hydrogen Accelerator
  • Fiona Landy, Delivery Manager of the Hydrogen Accelerator