HydroFLEX: Decarbonising UK Railways
Hydrogen-powered trains have the potential to help decarbonise UK railways through the removal of the existing diesel locomotion fleet.
Hydrogen technology can also enable trains to be designed for “Tri-mode” working when combined with electric and battery power.
The HydroFLEX Project is a collaboration between Porterbrook and the University of Birmingham in support of the UK Government’s Net Zero target.
Continuing Professional Development
This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.
25 Nov 2022
2:00pm - 3:30pm
London Local Network
Registration will be available soon.
These lectures are preceded by an optional lunch where there is an opportunity to network with colleagues.
If you wish to attend this lecture please book a place on the IET website.
During the booking process you will have the opportunity to pre book a lunch at Savoy Place.
The cost for a two course meal with wine is TBC.
It is ESSENTIAL to pre book lunch and pay for it on this website.
Reservations for lunch can be made up to 11pm on the Monday prior to the event (subject to availability).
Bookings for the lecture only can be made up to noon on the day prior to the event (subject to availability).
No payment for the event lunch can be made at Savoy Place.
- You don’t need to be a member to log into the system.
- You can book for more than one person; you just need to add the other guest(s) name(s).
- You can add any special dietary requirements during the booking process.
- The website price quoted is exclusive of VAT. VAT will be added when you pay.
Terms & Condition’s.
5+ days before event date - Full refund.
4 days before event date - No refund.
Name substitutions are accepted at any time by fax or email, the IET reserves the right to charge a transfer fee.
Dr Stuart Hillmansen
Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering - University of Birmingham
Reasons to attend
If you have a professional or natural curiosity and interest in Engineering, Technology, Design and Production, Physics, Chemistry, Environment, Transportation, Industry, Material Engineering and Government & Politics.
IET London: Savoy Place
The London headquarters of the IET.
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We are working with venues and suppliers that demonstrate best environmental practices, in particular achieving zero food waste, no single-use plastics, along with recycling and re-use of paper, metal, plastic and glass.
In order to reduce the carbon footprint of the event, we strongly encourage delegates to walk, cycle or use public transport to attend the event.
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11:30/11:40 Arrival for optional lunch
It is essential to sign in at the Faraday reception desk which is on the second floor for IET building before entering the Faraday Centre.
12:00 to 13:45 – Optional lunch.
13:45 - Arrival for lecture
It is essential to sign in separately for attendance at the lecture. (Note this is required for IET attendance records purposes and is different to the Faraday signing in procedure).
14:00 to 14:45/15:00 – the lecture starts promptly at 14:00
14:45/15:00 to 15:30 approximately – questions and discussion
15:30 Optional tea/coffee in the Faraday Centre.
Free for members.
Non-members can purchase tea/coffee at the Faraday counter.
(Note before entering the Faraday Centre you must sign in at the reception desk.)
Please sign out when leaving the Faraday Centre.