Safe Net Zero - September '21 round up

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Highlights from the ICHS

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September was a hugely important month for the hydrogen safety community, as they came together for the 9th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS).

Organised by the International Association for Hydrogen Safety (IA HySafe) and the Scottish Government, the event was delivered online to over 400 registered delegates from around the world.

The conference programme featured plenary presentations by global leaders in hydrogen as well as 139 refereed papers from the most eminent hydrogen safety experts within government, research organisations, industry and academia, including 8 papers presented by HSE scientists and engineers.

Watch the plenary sessions from Day 1, Day 2Day 3 and Day 4.

You can still access all 4 days of technical presentations ‘on-demand’, contact for details on how to register.

Aerospace Propulsion Technologies of the Future

Kate Jeffrey's Future Flight Video

The development and deployment of sustainable fuels is a key focus for the aviation industry at present.

HSE’s Stuart Hawksworth recently took part in a panel discussion at The Future of Aviation conference to highlight why safety must be an integral part of developing the propulsion technologies of the future.

HSE’s Research and Consultancy solutions are currently assisting the aerospace industry to manage risks introduced by the innovations required as the industry decarbonises.

Listen to Kate Jeffrey explain why HSE Research and Consultancy is the ideal safety partner to assist with the development of the sustainable fuels, zero-emission aircraft and airport infrastructure required for ‘jet zero’.

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The leading process safety conference returns in November and, as you would expect, features a number of speakers from HSE as part of the conference programme.

This year we share the knowledge we have acquired working experimentally to understand the failure of lithium-ion batteries as part of the Libris project, as well as present findings from our involvement in HyDeploy, the first UK live trial to successfully blend hydrogen into a private gas network on a campus at Keele University.

HSE’s work in hydrogen, batteries and other low carbon energy vectors is underpinning the regulations, codes and standards that will enable industry to safely deploy lower carbon energy technologies.

Contact Stuart Hawksworth or Kate Jeffrey to discuss how we can help you achieve Safe Net Zero.

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