“Green Hydrogen: An Electrolyser Manufacturers Perspective”
- with Dr Graham Cooley (CEO of ITM Power Plc)

Graham will discuss green hydrogen production by the electrolysis of water and its use as the only net zero energy gas.  ITM Power is now delivering products from the world’s largest electrolyser factory, with a capacity of 1GW per annum, located in Sheffield.

Some key international projects will be presented to illustrate the rapid growth of this important new energy market.

The presentation will discuss the use of hydrogen to replace grey industrial hydrogen at refineries and for other industrial processes.


ITM Power was the first hydrogen related company to be listed on the London Stock Market and has been developing electrolyser equipment for over 20 years.

Graham started his career in the power sector in 1989 joining the CEGB and became Business Development Manager at National Power plc and then International Power plc developing energy storage and new generation technologies.

Before joining ITM Power Graham was CEO of Sensortec Ltd, founding CEO of Metalysis Ltd, a spin out from Cambridge University and founding CEO of Antenova Ltd.

Graham has a PhD in physics, an MBA and is a Fellow of the Institute of Metals, Minerals and Mining (FIMMM).  Graham also sits on a number of industry bodies and is a member of the UK Government’s Hydrogen Advisory Council.


Due to the COVID-19 outbreak this event will be delivered by ‘Zoom’ .

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4.50PM – Delegates join the webinar
5.00PM – Update from SEF Chair Nicola Gordon
5.05PM – Introduction of our speaker
5.10PM – Presentation.
5.45PM – Q&A through Zoom . Managed by SEF Chair Nicola Gordon.
6.25PM – Vote of Thanks.

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