The hydrogen economy is becoming a reality. Hydrogen is going to play a key role in the transition to a low carbon and circular society.

By attending this masterclass you will understand how hydrogen is included in governments’ and organisations’ plans towards net-zero, the technologies that can deliver on those plans and the opportunities this transition can open.

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Hydrogen has often been considered a chimera in the energy sector, so promising in potential benefits as difficult to actually deliver, now things are different. The strong commitments from nations and companies to reduce carbon emissions and the momentum from the public in asking for real changes towards a low carbon and circular society are highlighting how hydrogen can solve a number of challenges that electrification alone would struggle to deliver. Hydrogen is versatile and can contribute to decarbonise hard to abate sectors like heating, long haul transport, heavy industries and aviation. Hydrogen can provide a balance for renewable power generation and open up opportunities for carbon negative processes and innovative technologies.

At a glance

  • Dates
    • 15 Feb 2022
  • DurationHalf day (09:30 am - 12:30 pm) Registration at 9am
  • LocationOnline
  • Cost

    £185

Course structure

This is a live online masterclass, held over a morning session.

What you will learn

The masterclass will provide an understanding of the trends for the adoption of hydrogen in our society and economy, the status of the technologies for hydrogen production and where the use of hydrogen can deliver benefits representing strategic knowledge to plan or implement a hydrogen strategy into organisations and businesses.

Core content

  • Hydrogen and carbon emissions; Why meeting net zero carbon emission has defined the role that hydrogen plays in our economy and society.
  • The colours of hydrogen; Why colours of hydrogen are so important to understand its impacts.
  • Who is doing what? What are the approaches or action plans governments and organisations are developing around hydrogen?
  • Where does it come from, where does it go? What are the sources of hydrogen and its end uses in industries, services and products?
  • Hydrogen production; An overview of the processes that can be used to produce hydrogen and their state of the art.

Who should attend

Carbon managers involved in the definition of future plans for emissions management. Innovation managers involved in defining future research and development plans to explore hydrogen possibilities and links with emissions reduction. Sustainability professionals willing to understand more about the prospect of the hydrogen economies.

Speakers

Dr Luca Alibardi

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