Our industrial partners and stakeholders
We work with a wide range of industrial partners and stakeholders (many listed below), including international energy providers (bp and Shell); research institutions (EPSRC and EPRI), Government bodies (National Physical Laboratory), specialist engineering companies and renewable energy innovators (Siemens Energy).
Partnerships are vital in the CDT's pursuance of its four overarching objectives; particularly, in delivering 'industry ready' doctorates and co-creating research ideas in collaboration with stakeholders.
Stakeholders also work collaboratively with our PhD students on their projects.
See our latest Annual Report (2022) HERE for more information
Stakeholder Events are regularly held by the SusHy CDT; where partners network with each other, and the CDT's Management Board and current PhD students. Events feature presentations, where stakeholders can talk about and raise awareness of their work to an informed audience.
Recent Stakeholder Events
October 2021 - Loughborough University
The Stakeholder Event keynote was by Dr Mark Neller, Director at Arup, sustainable development consultancy. Sessions were on Production of turquoise hydrogen & its potential for decarbonisation of heating, transport & industry and Understanding the potential of hydrogen technologies to decarbonise the heating sector using systems thinking approach.
The first SusHy CDT Stakeholder Challenge, hosted by Longcliffe Quarries of Matlock, had students working to identify hydrogen’s role in helping the company meet its 2027 Net-Zero targets.
April 2022 - University of Nottingham
This Sustainable Hydrogen Centre for Doctoral Training (SusHy CDT) event was held at the Advanced Manufacturing Building, at the University of Nottingham's Jubilee Campus. The theme was: 'The potential for hydrogen in connection with the expansion of offshore renewables'.
Speakers at the blended (online and in-person) event spoke on:
Panel 1: Systems and Transportation of Energy -
Panel 2: Offshore Hydrogen Opportunities
Both panels provoked lively discussions.
Please see below for a list of our industrial partners and stakeholders: