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牛津氢能中心启动

4G光元通信能源 2019-11-07 13:20:00

4G光元:显而易见,牛津大学成为英国的第一个零排放区,到2020年,氢和燃料电池技术将扮演一个重要的角色,氢交流中心进入到本市的在线计划,作为脱碳能源,改善城市中心的空气质量。

这个事件是牛津郡的氢中心的轮廓,一个新的计划,这将给当地的利益相关者”和“氢和燃料电池工业的发展,也将为科技项目探索一条路,这是符合当地社区的能源需求。项目会把过从局部利益相关者的企业,“低碳行动”,地方当局和氢和燃料电池的100个企事业单位。《牛津郡的氢中心事件将给当地企业和利益相关者的机会学习到关于不同的技术和技能,他们可能会要求应用,提供不同的清洁、高效的能源成本方案。发言者都是那些第一线的科技开发人员和应用工程师。双氢汽车,丰田和现代IX35未来燃料电池也会在现场演示。

 

氢中心在斯文顿和威尔特郡从2016年一月迄今已经推动了£150万外部投资的氢和燃料电池项目和组织参与了过50个的工作组和项目。氢中心还吸引了地方政府的关注,能源部长克莱尔佩里来访本年的氢中心。

氢中心的主席,凯文说:“fothergill氢中心在斯文顿和威尔特郡,在开发和部署项目的氢和燃料电池的车辆方面,发挥了的非常成功的作用,在清洁能源技术领域,成为既定的区域的一个领导者,。我们是真的受到激励,看到牛津郡的发展计划,氢能打头阵,我们也看到了牛津的工作与地方当局、企业和地方政府要帮助他们实现创新和咄咄逼人的计划,改善空气质量和创造脱碳能源,让当地环境和经济受益。”


保罗,中小企业arval的管理者,:“arval从2016年已经是氢中心的成员,也是在氢中心的氢汽车的计划的业界领先者,。我们认为的氢燃料电池车的技术将扮演一个十分重要和关键的角色,脱碳运输。通过氢中心是我们现在的氢燃料电池汽车租赁企业和地方学习到了相关的这一技术。这就是为什么我们很高兴加入氢中心和努力在牛津郡氢能方面充当重要的角色,支持 氢能车辆在本地的发展。

苏珊维尔,牛津地方县议会的指导规划理事:牛津郡议会“承诺支持发展低碳交通运输的未来。氢技术扮演了一个关键的角色,让我们认识到要想进入到这个未来,就必须提供一个对成本有效的清洁能源的途径。我们将一如既往与氢中心一起努力,推动在这个重要的技术上的投资,把牛津郡从点到点和进一步全面推广。”


牛津郡郡议会把学校和工商界组织起来,开展氢能的创新和研究,同时提供项目的外部经费以保障本地氢能快速发展。现在就要看谁能驾驭氢技术,谁会最先实现破坏性的进展, 谁先获得新的解决方案,让牛津郡的绿色运输实现超越。


关于氢能中心

  • 氢能中心是来自地方政府/科研院所/大学/企业,整个氢能和燃料电池的利益相关者社区中心。

  • 执行委员提供战略方向,确定氢能中心优先事项,并在当地氢能中心项目的开发中发挥领导作用。 他们也是国家氢能中心的成员,与政府合作制定英国的能源和运输政策。

  • 氢能和燃料电池技术将为英国提供了一个长期的发展机会,以经济高效的方式提供安全的高品质能源服务,同时解决排放和污染问题。 氢是一个能源载体,氢能和燃料电池的价值在于其灵活性。 氢能够连接和满足不同的能源领域,从发电厂到建筑工地,特别是交通运输领域。



Oxfordshire Hydrogen Hub Launched

As Oxford looks to introduce the UK’s first zero emission zone in 2020, hydrogen and fuel cell technologies will have an important role to play in enabling the city to deliver on this ambitious plan to improve air quality in the city centre as well as decarbonising energy across the county.

This event marks the launch of the Oxfordshire Hydrogen Hub, a new initiative that will bring together local stakeholders and the hydrogen and fuel cell industry to develop projects that will deploy technology in a way which meets the local energy needs of the community. The event will bring together over 100 stakeholders from local businesses, low carbon initiatives, the local authorities and the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. The Oxfordshire Hydrogen Hub launch event will give local businesses and stakeholders the opportunity to learn about the different technologies and how they might be applied in different scenarios to deliver clean, cost effective energy. Speakers will include both technology developers and those currently using the technology. Two hydrogen vehicles, a Toyota Mirai and Hyundai ix35 fuel cell will also be displayed in front of the venue.

The Hydrogen Hub launched in Swindon and Wiltshire in January 2016 and has since driven over £1.5 million of external investment in hydrogen and fuel cell projects in the region with over 50 different organisations participating in working groups and projects. The Hydrogen Hub has attracted attention from Government with Energy Minister Claire Perry visiting the Hub this year.

Hydrogen Hub’s Chairman, Kevin Fothergill said: “The Hydrogen Hub has been very successful in Swindon and Wiltshire, developing and deploying hydrogen and fuel cell projects which have established the region as a leader in these clean energy technologies. We are really excited about the launch of the Oxfordshire Hydrogen Hub and we look forward to working with Oxfordshire local authorities, the Government and local businesses to help them achieve an innovative and ambitious plan to improve local air quality and decarbonise energy for the benefit of the local environment and economy.”

Paul Marchment, SME Manager, Arval: “Arval have been members of the Hydrogen Hub since 2016, leading on the Hub’s hydrogen vehicle program. We consider hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to be an important technology that will play a key role in the decarbonisation of transport. Through the Hydrogen Hub we are now leasing fuel cell vehicles to local businesses and learning about this technology. We are delighted that the Hydrogen Hub is launching in Oxfordshire and look forward to supporting the roll-out of vehicles across the county “

Susan Halliwell, Director for Planning & Place, Oxfordshire County Council:  “Oxfordshire County Council are committed to a supporting the development of a low carbon future across the county. Hydrogen technologies have a key role to play in realising this future, providing a pathway to cost effective clean energy. We are pleased to be partnering with the Hydrogen Hub to launch the Oxfordshire Hydrogen Hub and look forward to working together to drive investment in this important technology.”

Oxfordshire County Council’s Innovation and Research area has been instrumental in developing links to business and academia, as well as securing external funding for projects for the county. Working with lead partners who are driving disruptive technologies they continue to challenge status quo and drive new solutions for Oxfordshire and implementation beyond.

About the Hydrogen Hug

  • The Hydrogen Hub is an industry-led community of stakeholders from across the hydrogen and fuel cell supply chain, Government, local authorities, businesses and current and potential users.

  • The Executive Members provide strategic direction, set Hydrogen Hub priorities and take a leadership role in the development of projects in the Local Hydrogen Hubs. They also make up the members of the National Hydrogen Hub which work with the Government to shape energy and transportation policy in the UK.

  • Hydrogen and fuel cell technology is at an exciting stage of development. Having been in the research and development phase for over 20 years, the technology is just reaching the point of commercialisation with products being launched onto the UK market. The growth of this industry is expected to rapidly accelerate over the next decade and British companies are well placed to drive and capitalise on this growth.

  • Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies offer the UK a long-term opportunity to cost-effectively deliver secure high-quality energy services whilst significantly reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and local pollution. The value of hydrogen-based energy systems lies in their flexibility. Hydrogen is able to connect and satisfy differing energy domains from electricity generation to building level heat, to transport. In this sense one energy carrier can deliver mutually beneficial efficiencies between previously distinct domains of generation, heating and transport.