HAZEL Series of Webinars - 22 Sept to 17 Nov 2020
Webinar 1 - 22nd September: 'Industrial Sector-Coupling using a Connected eH2 cycle'
10:00 BST: Introduction, Paul McCormack, Innovation Manager, Belfast Metropolitan College
10:05 BST: "Hydrogen Model Region - Federal State of Saarland”, Nicola Sacca, Federal State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Employment, Energy and Transport, Saarland, Germany
10:15 BST: "GenComm Solar-Powered Hydrogen Refuelling Station”, Dr Bodo Groß, IZES gGmbH, Germany
10:25 BST: "Industrial Sector-Coupling using a Connected eH2-Cycle", Dr Frank Kruchten, Robert BOSCH GmbH, Germany
10:40 BST: "Hydrogen Scale-Up: Where, When & How", Dr James Carton, Chair of Hydrogen Ireland & Asst Professor of Energy Sustainability & Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technology Development, Dublin City University
10:50 BST: Q&A
Webinar 2: 6th October
"Hydrogen Sustainability - H2 DXNET - Hydrogen injection into natural gas distribution networks."
1:Prof Viktor Hacker, Graz University of Technology, Austria: ‘Decentralized Hydrogen Production from green Methane - The Reformer Steam Iron Cycle (RESC)’
2:Mr James Burchill, Head of Asset Operations, Gas Networks Ireland: ‘Gas Grid Injection - The Challenges’
3:Dr Helmut Lachmund, Manager Research & Development/Steelmaking, Dillinger Huttenwerke AG: ‘Prospects and conditions for CO2 neutral steel production by 2050’
4:Prof. Rolf Hemplemann, UdS, Sustainable Electrochemistry Tech Trans Centre, Saarland University: 'Hydrogen and STEM Sustainability Education in Saarland´s Schülerlabors'
Webinar 3: 20th October
"Hydrogen Safety - a practical and theoretical analysis of Hydrogen loss through polymeric materials, and development of a H2 sensor for the measurement of hydrogen concentrations in air in the ppb range, and a theoretical model to describe the 3 dimensional transport in hydrogen."
The speakers will represent Mecadi, the European Hydrogen Association, CN-ITM and the University of South Wales.
Webinar 4: 3rd November
"Hydrogen Application and usage - Hydrogen in a net-zero energy system and H2-powered hybrid heat pumps."
The speakers will represent Energia, Ulster University, Energy Systems Catapult and AVL.
Webinar 5: 17th November
"Marketable hydrogen innovations - entrepreneurship of innovation of energy carriers through academia and industry alliances."
The speakers will represent IECE Macedonia, Belfast Metropolitan College, Pure Energy Centre and NIC.