Implementing Waste Gasification in the UK
Date From: 18 May 2017
Description: A one hour webinar describing the Energy Technology Institute’s work to date in waste gasification and how it is taking advanced gasification forward to a first of a kind commercial demonstration.
Event Type: Webinar
Time: 09:00-10:00 GMT
Energy Technology Institute (ETI) has identified a potential UK market of up to several hundred plants, at the town scale. This presentation will describe ETI’s work to date in waste gasification and how it is taking advanced gasification forward to a first of a kind commercial demonstration. The presentation will describe the new project and how it will advance gasification in the UK.
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Geraint Evans is a Chemical Engineer with 30 years’ experience in the energy industries, having worked across the coal, oil and biomass sectors. He leads ETI’s bioenergy programme where he is responsible for the delivery and exploitation of the ETI’s bioenergy portfolio, which includes waste gasification and other projects with a combined value of around £18.5M. Prior to joining the ETI, he worked as Head of Biofuels and Bioenergy at the NNFCC. Geraint holds a Bachelor of Engineering (honours) in Fuel and Energy Engineering from the University of Leeds and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Aston in which he studied biomass gasification. Geraint is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of the IChemE and Member of the Energy Institute.
A one-hour online session: 40 minutes' presentation + 20 minutes' Q&A.
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