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The HydroFLEX project, a partnership between Porterbrook and the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE), aims to explore how hydrogen could be deployed across the UK’s rail network. The team was recently one of several projects to be awarded new funding from the InnovateUK’s First of a Kind (FOAK) Programme to further advance the design towards full service introduction. Dr Stuart Hillmansen will introduce the latest updates on the HydoFLEX project and outline the plans for the future.
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12:40 BST Q&A
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Dr Stuart Hillmansen: Reader, Railway Traction Systems, Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education
Dr Stuart Hillmansen is a Reader in Railway Traction Systems at the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education. He has been investigating the developments of hydrogen as a fuel for railway applications over the last decade, and he is the academic lead of the HydroFLEX project.
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