Zero Emission Tech comes to Cardiff Bay and a full house is expected at the launch of the Wales Hydrogen Trade Association at Arup’s offices in Cardiff Bay from 5pm – 7.30pm on Wednesday, 26th February 2020. The Wales Hydrogen Trade Association, @HyCymru, is being launched at a time of surging global interest in hydrogen.
The launch will introduce the association’s wide-ranging, core supporting organisations [see notes below] and its core aim to advance the hydrogen economy in Wales.
Guto Owen, Director of Ynni Glân and co-ordinating the establishment of the Wales Hydrogen Trade Association, said:
“Hydrogen technology is ready, to help reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality.
Wales has a strong resource, infrastructure, industrial and research base which can provide a platform for accelerating significant hydrogen projects through the 2020s and beyond. The Wales Hydrogen Trade Association can support such ambitions as a multi-sector, representative network and in support of emerging government and business focus in the area. We will also promote public interest in hydrogen through an active work programme.
Wales Hydrogen Trade Association’s core supporting organisations are:
Acorn, Afallen, AMRC Cymru, Arup, Bia Energy Consulting, Capital Law, Costain, Industry Wales, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, EngSolve, Innogy, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Pobl, Protium, Riversimple, Savills, SP Energy Networks, Wales & West Utilities and Ynni Glân.