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Developing the Hydrogen Economy

Branch event
  • North Eastern
  • <p>Stephenson Lecture Theatre<br />Stephenson Building<br />Teesside University<br />Middlesborough<br />TS1 3BA</p>
  • 17-01-2019
  • 18:00 - 19:30
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The multiple whammy to the energy supplier and user of climate change mitigation, urban air quality and energy security means that the time is here, some might argue has long passed, to rethink how we should use our remaining carbon based fossil fuels.

Of course everything comes at a cost and change is very rarely easy. This presentation will show what a 'hydrogen economy' may look like, why it is needed and a road-map of how we can arrive at a fully functioning hydrogen economy without too many bumps on route.

Speaker: Paul Frank is Senior Lecturer in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at Teesside University and Chairman of IChemE Teesside. He has spent over 30 years in industry mainly in areas of gas processing, production of hydrogen, oil and petrochemicals with experience across process design, operations and commercial activities.

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