Sustainable Town | Totally ChargedJuli 19, 2023
Renewables and Grid Reliability (Views on Power)Juli 19, 2023
Green or renewable hydrogen — made from the electrolysis of water powered by solar or wind — is increasingly recognized as an essential solution to achieve climate neutrality.
In theory, it can help decarbonise hard-to-electrify sectors such as transport systems and heavy industries, but it certainly comes with its own challenges and issues to be considered.
This one- hour webinar will discuss technical feasibility, economic viability, and policy implications of green hydrogen deployment in tackling the climate change challenge and achieving net-zero carbon cities.
Join world – class experts who will share their opinions and thoughts on this pressing subject.
Dr Yianni Spanos
Director of Sustainability, Sustainability and Environmental Services, KEO
Dr Evangelia Topriska
Assistant Professor, Building Services Engineering, Heriot – Watt University
Professor Mohamed El Mankibi
Research Director/Professor at ENTPE/University of Lyon.
Senior Project Manager – Jacobs Engineering