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This webinar will focus on the benefits of hydrogen to a decarbonised energy system via its creation and use of hydrogen itself or as a feedstock for other fuels.
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- Why hydrogen is a critical element of the UK’s energy strategy for the Net Zero 2050 target
- The role of hydrogen in the effort to balance net zero energy networks
How the hydrogen technology economy could be developed in the near future
The current and future applications of the gas across multiple sectors, including petrochemicals, power generation and fuel storage
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Dr Grant Wilson: Lecturer, Energy Data Analytics Group, University of Birmingham
Dr Grant Wilson leads the Energy Data Analytics Group activities include analysis on energy system flexibility, using multi-vector, multi-scale data analytics.
Lecturer in the School of Chemical Engineering on the Global Energy Technologies Masters course. Research interests in whole systems analysis and integration of low-carbon sources of energy, particularly the challenges of decarbonising heating and cooling.
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