Alternative Fuels - Low Carbon Gases, Tuesday 2nd June

This two hour webinar explores the role that low carbon gases can play in the UK’s future energy system.

• What are the latest technologies?
• What are the potential applications for these technologies?
• What are the challenges that need to be overcome?
• How can businesses and universities work together

This webinar is being led by Professor Patricia Thornley, Director of the Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University and leader of the national EPSRC Supergen Bioenergy Hub. Patricia will be joined by other experts from industry and academia.

The webinar will conclude with a question and answer session.

Updated 2nd June 11.00am. If you are booking after this time, please click using the Book Now button so that we have your details and can contact you after the event. Then log into this free webinar using the Zoom login details on this link: www.era.ac.uk/zoom

PROGRAMME

13:00 - Introductions - Prof Patricia Thornley, Director of EBRI, Aston University and Supergen Bioenergy Hub Lead

13:02 - The Future of Hydrogen Supply - Paul Henderson, Head of Hydrogen Supply, BEIS

13:20 - The importance of low carbon gases and market opportunities - Amna Bezanty, Kew Technology Ltd

13:40 - BioGas - Resources, opportunities and challenges for the UK - Dr Richard Blanchard, Loughborough University

13:55 - Prof Phil Longhurst, Cranfield University

14:10 - Discussion, Prof Patricia Thornley

14:20 - The challenges of generating high-hydrogen gases from biomass and waste - Dr Paula Blanco-Sanchez, Aston University

14:35 - Solid State Hydrogen Technologies - Prof Gavin Walker, University of Nottingham

14:50 - No need for purification: producing net-zero-carbon gaseous fuels from renewable electricity and biomass - Prof Robert Steinberger-Wilckens, University of Birmingham

15:05 - Customer perceptions of receiving hydrogen-blended gas in the home - Prof Zoe Robinson, Keele University

15:20 - Closing remarks, Prof Patricia Thornley

15:30 - Finish

Please reserve your place by clicking here.

Delivered in conjunction with:

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Additional information

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Contact

Nick King
E: nick.king@era.ac.uk
T: 07964 391057