In October 2020, the Energy Research Partnership brought together key industry, academic and government stakeholders to discuss the environmental constraints of net zero focussing on CCUS and Hydrogen. The plenary set out to review environmental constraints as strategic considerations of all deployments of low and zero carbon technologies, not just those in regional clusters.
In May 2019, the Energy Research Partnership brought together key industry and government stakeholders to conduct a ‘state of the industry’ review of the potential role of hydrogen in future energy systems.
Hydrogen is already entering the energy system, but requires a long-term plan if it is to be used for heat or transport, to make it zero-carbon.
Considers options for low-carbon heating to understand their implications for users and energy systems.
Highlights issues for future transport energy options, including steps for deployment, and implications including interactions with wider energy sector.