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Hydrogen-powered planes to clean up skies
The Times
Graeme Paton, Transport Correspondent
2018 November 5

Hydrogen safety for ENABLEH2
Article written by Dr Claire Benson
Senior Lecturer | Explosion & Fire Research Group
London South Bank University

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Heathrow Airport Limited - 2nd GA Meeting, 6-7 March 2019

2nd GA Meeting, 6-7 March 2019

Heathrow Airport Limited

The 2nd General Assembly Meeting of the ENABLEH2 Project was hosted by Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL) on the 6th and 7th March 2019. Colleagues from HAL introduced the participants to Heathrow’s Carbon neutral growth roadmap and to Heathrow’s Centre of Excellence for Sustainability. This was followed by the work-package presentations during which partners gave an overview of their work progress over the last 6 months. The Meeting was concluded with break-out sessions which enabled detailed technical and project management discussions which further strengthened synergies and collaboration, both in individual work packages and across the project as a whole. These sessions also provided a roadmap for the upcoming activities in the project.

Cranfield University - Kick-off Meeting, 27 – 28 September 2019

Kick-off Meeting, 27 – 28 September 2018

Cranfield University

The ENABLEH2 kick-off meeting was held at Cranfield University on the 27th and 28th September 2018. Project Coordinator Dr Vishal Sethi opened the meeting by welcoming all the participants, presenting the overall aims of the meeting as well as the overall objectives of the project. During the meeting, the Consortium discussed details of the research and innovation activities, the synergies between different work packages and the activities to be implemented. Dr Marina Kousoulidou, Project Manager of ENABLEH2 at the European Commission, presented the targets and requirements of the European Commission for EU-funded Research and Innovation projects like ENABLEH2. The Meeting concluded with interesting visits of the Cranfield University Aerospace Integration Research Centre (AIRC) and the Combustion experimental facilities being used for ENABLEH2.

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