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Natural Gas Pathway Analysis for Heavy Duty Vehicles

10 October 2017
16.30 - 18.00
Energy Institute
61 New Cavendish Street
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The use of natural gas in heavy duty vehicles is often proposed as part of a low carbon transition to help the UK meets its legally binding CO2 emission reduction targets, offering moderate CO2 reduction in the short and medium-term at a significantly lower cost than zero emission alternatives.

This presentation presents the results of a comprehensive modelling exercise of natural gas Well-to-Motion (WTM) pathways relevant for heavy duty vehicles, to understand the impact on GHG emissions of natural gas vehicles forming part of the HDV fleet in the UK. This aims to provide insights into the potential for GHG emissions savings from the use of natural gas in heavy duty vehicles based on a detailed review of each stage of a number of  WTM natural gas pathway.

Matthew Joss, Principal Engineer, Heavy Duty Vehicles, Energy Technologies Institute (ETI)

Dave OudeNijeweme, Managing Consultant, E4 Tech

16:30 - Registration and refreshments
17:00 - Lecture commences, followed by approximately 30 minutes of Q&A
18:00 - Event concludes

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