Upcoming Publications & Events

We closely monitor the progress of external policy publications, research reports and events that are relevant to our industry and may be of interest to you. Here you can find a summary of those upcoming publications and events, when they are expected and where you can find out more information.


UK Hydrogen Strategy

Setting out the Government’s plan for scaling up the investment, testing and adoption of hydrogen technologies across the UK.  

Expected date: Spring 2021

Heat and Buildings Strategy

Setting out the immediate actions the UK Government will take for reducing emissions from buildings, including deploying energy-efficient measures and transitioning to low-carbon heating. 

Expected date: Spring 2021

Energy Networks Association Hydrogen Plan 

Published as part of Energy Networks Association’s Gas Goes Green programme, Britain’s Hydrogen Network Plan will play a vital role in delivering the UK’s ambitions for hydrogen, as set out in the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan For A Green Industrial Revolution.

Release date: March 2021

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Carbon Trust – Net Zero Energy Transition Week

Transitioning to a net zero energy system in 2050 will require a more integrated systems approach to decarbonising heat, transport and industry sectors. Over the three days, you will have the opportunity to hear from energy transition thought leaders and key industry players across these sectors who will discuss the role of flexibility in achieving net zero.

18 - 20 May 2021

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Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum policy conference: Growing the hydrogen economy in the UK - policy and market development, commercialisation and scaling up, and readying infrastructure

The event will examine key policy priorities for supporting the growth of the UK hydrogen industry, and next steps for scaling up infrastructure. The conference is taking place in the context of the Government’s Energy White Paper, mapping the approach to energy system development up to 2050, with attention paid to setting targets for hydrogen use as well as investment and implementation.

26 May 2021 | Virtual

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The Future of Fuel – Science and Industry Museum

Award winning journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed will lead the conversation with a diverse panel of scientists, policy makers, energy suppliers and campaigners. From new hydrogen and carbon capture to storage infrastructure, this is a chance to learn about the technology being developed and to get your questions answered.  

5 June 2021 | Virtual

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The World Biogas Summit 2021

Over three days the conference will consider the models and mechanisms that are being employed in parts of the world by municipalities, governments and among major global corporations to tackle the climate crisis in the most cost-effective way. Within this framework the conference will consider how biogas aligns with COP26 themes puts the world on a path to deliver Net Zero.

6 - 8 July 2021 | Virtual

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2nd UK CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit: Innovation & Collaboration

The 2nd UK CCUS Hydrogen Decarbonisation Summit will focus on how to determine strategies for greater decarbonisation of the energy intensive and enhance collaboration and innovation between 300+ government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading academia and service companies.

2 September 2021| Virtual

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The Future of the North Sea: Energy Transition to Net Zero Summit

At The Future of the North Sea: Energy Transition to Net Zero you will be joined by 200+ oil and gas operators government officials, regulators, key industry stake holders, leading academia and service companies all working to one goal to ensure the UK Oil & Gas Sector achieves its Net Zero targets. 

30 September 2021 | Virtual

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The Hydrogen Technology Show 2021

This event will bring together delegates from across the globe to look at the latest low-carbon hydrogen production solutions and technologies, as well as the challenges that exist in preventing mainstream adoption.

26 October 2021 

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