The first phase of the UK Sustainable Hydrogen Energy Consortium (UKSHEC) was a four-year (2003-07), £3.5m initiative, funded under the EPSRC's SUPERGEN programme, involving eight leading UK universities and research centres, and the Greater
London Authority. Phase 1 of this project has now been concluded.
Phase 2 of UKSHEC has now begun, and is funded for another four years (2007-2011). The consortium has retained a commitment to complementing innovative scientific research with a strong social science research programme. In phase 2, this social science research programme is being carried out by the University of Salford and King's College London.
Contact details for UKSHEC phase 2
For more information about social science research under the current phase of UKSHEC, please contact:
Nick Hughes King's College London