Journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed led a panel discussion about how fuel research and technology can tackle the climate crisis.
The fuel we use to power our world is one of the biggest contributing factors affecting the UK’s carbon footprint. In this event, our expert panel talked about how the most up-to-date fuel research and technology could help reduce UK emissions and tackle the climate crisis.
- Dame Mary Archer: Having started her career as a physical chemist, Dame Mary was founding chair and is now Patron of the UK’s National Energy Foundation and has been Chair of the Science Museum Group since 2015
- Professor John Barrett: Chair in Energy and Climate Policy at the University of Leeds’ Sustainable Research Institute (SRI) and co-director of the UK Energy Research Centre
- Dr Michaela Kendall: CEO and co-founder of fuel cell pioneers Adelan, and UK Hydrogen Champion for Mission Innovation at BEIS
- Professor Serena Corr: Chair in Functional Nanomaterials and Director of Research at the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, The University of Sheffield
- Samira Ahmed (Chair): Award-winning journalist and broadcaster