Safe Net Zero - February '21 Round Up

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HSE’s Safe Net Zero solutions integrate health and safety into the development and deployment of the new and novel technologies underpinning the UK’s decarbonisation activities.


Here’s a round up of our latest news.

Last call for Safe Net Zero 2021 - Hydrogen

Our free, online event starts tomorrow! The programme is now final and features over 40 speakers each presenting the incredible work they are doing to evaluate, produce, distribute and use hydrogen as a potential low carbon energy vector.

This is an event not to be missed! Decarbonisation will affect us all and sooner than we think. The energy technologies of the future are in development right now. They need to reliable, but they must also be safe, so register now to learn how government, industry and academia are working together to make them so.

Can’t make this week? Don’t worry, our sessions will be available after the live event for you to catch up at your convenience.  Register now to gain access to our on-demand content.

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Thank you to our event Sponsors and Supporters

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Gold Sponsor: DNV

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Silver Sponsors: ERM, Kiwa and 6 Engineering

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Bronze Sponsors: CIBSE, ARCEMEC, Shawcity, Baxi Heating, SafetecDwr Cymru Welsh WaterTUV SUDOtto SimonRosenNEBOSH, Stopford and SSE Thermal.

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Event supporters: IGEMthe International Association for Hydrogen Safety, the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association and Ulster University.


And in other news...

Lloyd's support study into safety of liquid hydrogen

Lloyd’s Register Foundation is supporting HSE’s participation in a project to carry out Pre-normative Research for the Safe use of Liquid Hydrogen (PRESLHY) and has produced a short impact story and video highlighting this important study.

The work is being carried out through HSE’s Centre for Energy.

Dr Stuart Hawksworth, who heads the Centre, explains:

“Hydrogen, as a fuel, is no more or less safe than existing fuel types. It’s different, and the challenge is understanding how it’s different and then engineering for those differences.”

“We can see the huge potential of liquid hydrogen as a clean and renewable energy source. Making sure it achieves its potential and creates a safer, more energy-secure society while avoiding safety hazards, is the main objective of PRESLHY. Lloyd’s Register Foundation’s grant has been invaluable in helping us drive this work forward.”

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