Event Start:
21 Jul 2021 01:00 PM
Event End:
21 Jul 2021 02:00 PM
1.00pm London
Event Summary:

FLN Webinar Hydrogen in the UK

As corporate and national net zero targets develop, the decarbonisation discussion will inevitably shift from the low hanging fruit of renewable energy, to the tricky things like how to decarbonise heavy industry. Hard-to-abate industries, like steel manufacturing, will increasingly look to hydrogen as clean fuel alternative to coal. The Zero Carbon Humber project seeks to enable this switch to hydrogen by decarbonising the UK’s largest industrial region, the Humber, by 2040. If it does so, it will be the world’s first fully decarbonised industrial cluster. The initiative’s anchor project is being developed by Equinor and is called H2H Saltend, and it will facilitate the deployment of infrastructure for blue hydrogen for the cluster.

Equinor’s Dan Sadler, the UK Low Carbon Strategy Director for Equinor and who is heading up the Zero Carbon Humber initiative will speak to the FLN on 21 July 2021. Dan will discuss his own career and how he came to be the lead on such an innovative project. He will also speak about the project itself and BEIS’s cluster sequencing process, which is currently underway, and will largely determine which industrial clusters in the UK will decarbonise first.

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