MERI hosts 'Enabling the sustainable hydrogen economy' workshop
Manchester Environmental Research Institute (MERI) and business engagement services have hosted a workshop between hydrogen industry leaders and academics at The University of Manchester to identify research and innovation opportunities.
The event, entitled 'Enabling the sustainable hydrogen economy', attracted more than 80 participants and featured speakers from the likes of Progressive Energy, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), the National Physics Laboratory (NPL) and Cadent Gas.
Speakers shared their thoughts on the challenges and applications for hydrogen in decarbonising energy consumption, and you can view some of the presentations below:
Adam Baddeley, Head of Project Delivery at Progressive Energy
HyNet Industrial Fuel Switching Programme: An Update
Kate Jeffrey, Centre for Energy and Discovering Safety at the HSE
Hydrogen Safety Research
Gareth Hinds, NPL Fellow
Measurement Challenges for Hydrogen Infrastructure
Angela Needle, Director of Strategy at Cadent Gas
The Controversial Role of Hydrogen in Heating