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EPSRC Reference: EP/S032134/1
Title: A network for hydrogen-fuelled transportation (Network-H2)
Principal Investigator: Roskilly, Professor AP
Other Investigators:
Bell, Professor MC Shaw, Professor BA Pickert, Professor V
Blythe, Professor P Malkin, Professor P Mamlouk, Dr M
Smallbone, Dr AJ Zunder, Mr TH Wu, Dr D
Palacin, Dr R Robinson, Professor M Wang, Dr Y
Cherchi, Professor E Norman, Dr RA Chakraborty, Professor N
Scott, Professor K Mecrow, Professor BC
Researcher Co-Investigators:
Dr J Ling Chin
Project Partners:
Advanced Propulsion Centre UK Ltd (APC) Consortium on Turbulent Reacting Flows Department for Transport
Dept for Bus, Energy & Ind Strat (BEIS) Energy Systems Catapult Transport Systems Catapult
UK Government UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association University of Southampton
Department: Sch of Engineering
Organisation: Newcastle University
Scheme: Standard Research
Starts: 03 June 2019 Ends: 02 June 2023 Value (£): 966,316
EPSRC Research Topic Classifications:
Carbon Capture & Storage Fuel Cell Technologies
EPSRC Industrial Sector Classifications:
Transport Systems and Vehicles Energy
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Panel History:
Panel DatePanel NameOutcome
02 Apr 2019 Decarb Transport Full Prioritisation Announced
Summary on Grant Application Form
Establishing a hydrogen fuelled transportation network is a research challenge that cuts across both the energy and transport sectors. It is a truly multi-disciplinary challenge which will require the advancement of many mutually dependent research disciplines. This Network will support the dissemination and impact of these activities between academia, industry, policymakers and the general public.

Under the hydrogen fuelled transportation theme, the Network aims to bring together the knowledge obtained through research projects funded by the RCUK Programme and other national and international cross-disciplinary research aimed at developing a "hydrogen" for transport economy.

It will have a strong multi-disciplinary focus and aim to ensure engagement and knowledge transfer takes place across all modes of transport and hydrogen energy including technology, socio-economics, behavioural science and policy.

The Network team will manage a £500k feasibility fund for cutting edge projects which also meet the wider objectives of facilitating collaboration and multi-disciplinary research.

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