The HyDEX programme was showcased at the China-UK Sustainability Forum which recently took place at the Cambridge Science Park.

The China-UK Sustainability Forum was organised by TusPark, a company run by Tsinghua University in Beijing which builds innovation parks.

Speakers at the event included the Science and Technology Minister from the Chinese Embassy, along with senior representatives from UK Research and Innovation. There were also many businesses represented at the event, from start ups and SMEs, through to large corporates such as Johnson Matthey.

Professor Martin Freer, Director of the Energy Research Accelerator, discussed the HyDEX programme in his presentation, and explained how Tsinghua University became a partner in the hydrogen programme, as part of the shared vision between ERA and Tsinghua to exchange expertise and develop technologies to together.

Professor Freer also expressed his desire to build new international collaborations with businesses involved in hydrogen, both in China and in the UK.