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Carbon Capture and Storage - Dr Paul Fennell - Recording available

Date From: 27 June 2013
Description: A one-hour online presentation organised by the Energy Conversion Technology Special Interest Group and the London & South East Members Group, presented by Dr Paul Fennell and aimed at anyone with an interest in CCS, energy supply, climate change mitigation. Members of the Energy Conversion Technology Special Interest Group can replay a recording of this webinar free of charge, and view the slides. Visit the group's Resources area and log in with your membership number and PIN / password to access the webinar archive.
Event Type: Special Interest Groups
Venue: Webinar
Organiser: Energy Conversion Technology Special Interest Group & London & South East Member Group
Contact Name: Sue Deacon

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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), alongside increased renewable energy, energy efficiency, nuclear and lifestyle changes, is critical to mitigate against climate change.

Dr Paul Fennell discusses the technical, environmental and societal challenges in the implementation of different CCS technologies, and outlines future possibilities.

Presenter

Dr Paul Fennell is a Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London. He has interests inPFennell CCS, and thermal energy storage, via high temperature solid looping cycles. He sits on the committee of the Institution of Chemical Engineers Energy Conversion Technology Special Interest Group, was a member of the International Energy Authority High-Temperature Solid Looping Cycles Network Executive (2009 - 2012), the EU Zero Emissions Platform (advisory body for CCS) and has written reports for the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) on future technologies for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), UK Heat Strategy and carbon capture readiness.

Format

A one-hour online presentation.

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