Is hydrogen the energy vector for net zero?
Hydrogen is being hyped as the energy vector for the transition to net zero
Hydrogen is being hyped as THE energy vector for the transition to net zero. However, whilst it will be essential for the decarbonisation of many areas of the economy, there will be limits to its use.
This presentation will identify the key uses for hydrogen / hydrogen derived fuels, those where there are likely to be more efficient alternatives to hydrogen, and will discuss Sussex’s strengths in hydrogen.
Continuing Professional Development
This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.
20 Feb 2024
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Sussex Local Network
Abigail Dombey CEng CEnv
Energy & Sustainability Engineer - Net Zero Associates Ltd
Energy and Sustainability Engineer with an extensive background in carbon reduction sectors and in the public sector. Currently she focuses on decarbonisation projects and is leading on a Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ) funded Industrial Fuel Switching project working with Hydrogen.
Chair of Hydrogen Sussex and sits on the Greater Brighton Infrastructure Panel. She is a member of Chapter Zero UK.
University of Sussex, Jubilee Building
University of Sussex
Falmer, BN1 9SN
18:30 Refreshments and networking
Free of charge