Elizabeth Johnson Participating At A New Roadmap for Delivering Low Carbon Energy Targets Workshop
The Energy Storage, Green Fuel and Renewable Energy Company, ‘The Pure Energy Centre’ announces that Elizabeth Johnson MBE ( Business Development Manager) and Director of the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association will be participating at the New Roadmap for Delivering Low Carbon Energy Targets Workshop in Glasgow.
Elizabeth will be Chairing SHFCA’s Workshop first session which will address the Policy Challenges for a Low Carbon Roadmap. Mrs Johnson has successfully chaired many events in the past such as at All Energy, SHFCA and NAHA (North Atlantic Hydrogen Association) to name a few.
Elizabeth said ‘It is always a pleasure to be asked to chair a session at SHFCA. The events are of high quality with very strong emphasis on project development, sharing experiences and learnings. I will be delighted to introduce Karen Turner from the Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde, which will be followed by Chris Stark, Scottish Government, and then Prof Andy Heyes, University of Strathclyde, followed by Archie Stoddart, Transport Scotland. Another talk will be added on opportunities for low carbon cities, where the speaker will be confirmed at a later date.
Below provides the agenda for the event:
A New Roadmap for Delivering Low Carbon Energy Targets
SHFCA-CEP Workshop. Friday 22nd January 2016, 10:00-16:00
Hosted by The Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde
James Weir Building, 75 Montrose Street, Glasgow, G1 1XJ
This event will explore links between energy and transport policy and specifically consider how Hydrogen and Fuel Cells can support delivery of low carbon targets and support economic growth? The afternoon sessions will also consider how technical and commercial innovation can support the delivery of low carbon targets for Scotland, and how these can be linked to the development of a new Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Roadmap for the UK.
10:00 – 10:30 Registration & Coffee
10:30 – 12:15 Policy Challenges for a Low Carbon Roadmap. Chair : Elizabeth Johnson
- 10:30 Welcome: Karen Turner, Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde
- 10:40 Keynote – Policy Challenges for Low Carbon Energy: Chris Stark, Scottish Government
- 10:55 Transforming Cities for Low Carbon Heat: Prof Andy Heyes, University of Strathclyde
- 11:10 Policy Challenges for Low Carbon Transport: Archie Stoddart, Transport Scotland
- 11:25 Economic Opportunities for Low Carbon Cities: Speaker tbc.
- 11:40 Panel Discussion with Q&A on ‘Developing A New Roadmap to Deliver Policy Ambitions’ with Chris Stark, Andy Heyes, Archie Stoddart, Karen Turner, & guest panel members.
12:10 – 13:00 Lunch & networking sponsored by Centre for Energy Policy
13:00 – 14:15 Sectoral Challenges for a Low Carbon Roadmap. Chair: Nigel Holmes
- 13:00 Keynote – Setting out Ambitions, Planning for Delivery: Ian Marchant, Chairman of CEP
- 13:15 Meeting the challenges of Low Carbon Heat 2015-2030: Keith MacLean, ERP.
- 13:30 Trends in Low Carbon Transport 2015-2030 : Robert Evans, CENEX
- 13:45 Panel Discussion with Q&A on ‘Technology Opportunities for A New Roadmap’ with Ian Marchant, Keith MacLean, Robert Evans, Alan Young, & guest panel members.
14:15 – 14:40 Coffee & networking
14:40 – 15:55 Commercial Challenges for a Low Carbon Roadmap. Chair: Samantha Fuller
- 14:40 Making the Commercial Case for Low Carbon Heat: Scott Dwyer, Delta Energy
- 14:55 Investment in Low Carbon Transport Infrastructure: Ben Madden, Element Energy
- 15:10 Adaptive, Disruptive, and/or Niche Opportunities: Kerry-Ann Adamson, 4th Energy Wave
- 15:25 Panel Discussion with Q&A on ‘Commercial Opportunities for A New Roadmap’ with Scott Dwyer, Ben Madden , Kerry-Ann Adamson, & guest panel members.
15:55 – 16:00 Closing Comments : John Lidderdale, Chairman of SHFCA