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Title:Hydrogen: Silver Bullet or Red Herring? (1/2)
Duration:01:32:26
Viewed:571
Published:17-11-2021
Source:Youtube

This event, co-organised by the University of Glasgow, the European Federation of Geologists, and The Geological Society brought together expertise from industry and academia with the general public to discuss the role that hydrogen may have in reaching net zero targets. Hydrogen has the potential to be an effective source of energy; it produces significantly less greenhouse gases than current gas based systems, and has the potential to be implemented within existing infrastructures, reducing the costs of the energy transition. Although research and pilot schemes have been conducted, the transition to hydrogen based energy systems is still in its relative infancy. Key themes that were explored during both sessions included: - Pilot schemes: What has worked? What lessons have been learned? - Are there issues with public perception? - Who finances the transition? - Can hydrogen be used within existing infrastructures? - Challenges of large-scale storage to meet demands. - The event was split into two sessions: Panel 1/2 - Carbon Sequestered H2 and H2 Storage On this panel there were a series of experts who presented and discussed themes relating to large scale subsurface storage of hydrogen. They spoke about existing schemes such as from the Acorn Grangemouth project, discussed emerging areas relating to hydrogen and wind power as well as public perception on hydrogen and its uses. 2:17 Katriona Edlmann (University of Edinburgh) 35:12 Richard Stevenson (INEOS) 1:05:00 Angus McCoss (dCarbonX)

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