This webinar will share the findings of some of IDRIC’s key projects supporting industrial decarbonisation in the North West Industrial Cluster.
Chair: Kirstie Simpson (University of Chester), IDRIC’s Academic Cluster Lead for the North West.
The webinar will cover the following projects:
• Integrated assessment of BECCS in context: environmental, policy, regulatory and social factors, Dr Muir Freer, University of Manchester
• Enabling hydrogen storage near industrial clusters: enhancing confidence in porous rock storage, Dr Lin Ma, University of Manchester
• Net zero sense of place, Dr Jo Hamilton, University of Exeter
Rachel Sutton, HyNet Project Manager, Progressive Energy Ltd and Richard Applewhite, Brine & Water Technical Manager, Inovyn Enterprises Ltd will share their ‘real-world’ perspectives on each project, how they can impact positively on the North West Cluster’s transition to Net Zero, and opportunities for IDRIC to take its work forward.
We aim to highlight how the findings from these projects can be applicable to other clusters and dispersed industries and so we welcome attendance from across the UK.