GenComm Public Talk
GenComm's vision is to develop hybrid hydrogen technology pilots from renewable technologies such as wind, bio and solar - driving the EU's transformation to a low-carbon energy system.
As part of this, they are holding an open session to discuss hydrogen technology in more detail. A panel of speakers from various sectors of the energy industry will be presenting and are shown below:
Alan James - Managing Director, Pale Blue Dot
Christopher Pearson - The Oil and Gas Technology Centre
Davide Ragaglia - Design Engineer, Pure Energy Centre
Frank Roach - Partnership Manager, HiTrans
Mark Welsh - Energy Services Manager, Energia Ireland
Paul McCormack - BelfastMet, Northern Ireland
Richard Brough - Developments Manager. Pollywood Ltd
Wulf Clemens - IZES GmbH, Germany
This panel will also include the Director of Energy Future at Scottish Gas, Angus McIntosh. Following graduation from Aberdeen university, Gus started working for BG group some 20 years ago. He has since performed a variety of roles in gas distribution, from Asset management, network design, engineering policy, operations and strategy. For 6 years he headed up SGN’s Innovation & new technology team before being appointed Director of Energy Futures in 2018 with a wider remit to push the frontiers of decarbonisation of energy.
Key breakthroughs have included Biomethane to gas grid (Didcot) the first in the UK, keyhole technology (the core & vac, iCore), Robotics, real-time networks and gas quality (Oban – Opening up the Gas Markets Project, which won the Global Gas Award) and 100% H2 projects in Scotland. He currently chairs the UK gas quality standard working group for IGEM, which has been set up to facilitate a change to the Gas Safety Management Regulations (GSMR) to allow a wider range of gases to be allowed into the GB Gas Network, including Hydrogen. He is also a director of the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association.
Continuing Professional Development
This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.
12 Jun 2019
8:30am - 1:00pm
Scotland North Local Network
Registration is not required
Reasons to attend
This event is open to all, bring along friends, colleagues or anyone else who may be interested. Tea and coffees as well as lunch will be provided
0830 - 0900: Welcome and Registration
0900 - 0910: Introduction - Paul McCormack
0910 - 0920: Opening Remarks – Robert Lovie, Deputy Executive Director, Speaker of Honour, The Princes Trust
0920 - 0940: Alan James - “Hydrogen CCS”
0940 - 1000: Christopher Pearson - “Parallel paths to Hydrogen....opportunities and the future of integrated energy”
1000 - 1030: Angus McIntosh - “Hydrogen Vision”
1030 - 1050: Frank Roach - “Hydrogen Trains”
1050 - 1105 Coffee Break
1105 - 1120: Davide Ragaglia - "World’s First Waste-Hydrogen Circular Economy"
1120 - 1135: Mark Welsh - "Large scale wind to hydrogen"
1135 - 1150: Wulf Clemens - "Solar to hydrogen"
1150 - 1210: Richard Brough - "Hydrogen house"
1210 - 1220: Final Summary of Gencomm
1220 - 1300: Networking and Lunch