Driving the efficiency of hydrogen distribution

Brendan is one of the world's leading experts on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and will be speaking about Element 2's project to repurpose the gas network for hydrogen distribution

Element 2 is proud to announce that its Chief Technology Officer, Brendan Bilton, will be a featured speaker at the Monaco Hydrogen Forum this Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Bilton, a distinguished figure in the hydrogen and fuel cell sector, will present on the topic “Reconstructing The World’s Energy Systems,” emphasizing the innovative repurposing of the gas network for hydrogen distribution. This talk will include insights into Element 2’s collaborative deblending project with National Gas in the UK.

With nearly a quarter-century of experience, Brendan Bilton has established himself as a leading authority in the field. His tenure includes pivotal roles such as CEO of several fuel cell and electrolyser companies, during which he successfully raised over £50 million in equity, including an IPO. His foundational contributions to the UK Hydrogen Association and the EU Joint Undertaking in Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH JU) underscore his influential presence in the industry.

A prolific inventor, Mr. Bilton holds three patents in fuel cell technology and maintains active memberships in the UK Energy Industries Club and the Parliamentary Group on Energy Studies. Additionally, he offers his expertise through his consultancy, advising investors and companies on a broad spectrum of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

In 2020, Brendan Bilton co-founded Element 2 Ltd with Tim Harper, aiming to revolutionize the Commercial Vehicle market by developing a comprehensive UK-wide network of hydrogen refuelling stations. This initiative is at the forefront of facilitating a green transition in transportation, aligning with global sustainability goals.

Element 2 invites attendees of the Monaco Hydrogen Forum to join Mr. Bilton’s session for an in-depth exploration of the future of energy systems and hydrogen technology.