All-Energy, the UK’s largest renewable energy event, is returning to Glasgow from 10 – 11 May. The event is free to attend and features an extensive conference programme and exhibition area.
The Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) session on 11 May will include talks on current UK projects, the economics of CCS and CO₂ utilisation. It will also feature a Question and Answer panel, with guest panellist Stuart Greig from Scottish Government. The Biomass and Hydrogen sessions on Days 1 and 2 will also include CCS-related talks.
The All-Energy annual conference and exhibition brings together the UK’s largest group of buyers from the bioenergy, solar, offshore and onshore wind, hydropower and wave & tidal sectors, as well as those involved in energy storage, heat, low-carbon transport and sustainable cities solutions. Register for free.
Carbon capture and storage 11 May 2017, 11:00 - 12:30, Boisdale Room
Chair: Stuart Haszeldine, Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage, University of Edinburgh
Introductory remarks on the Scottish Government’s draft Energy Strategy, Stuart Haszeldine OBE, FRSE, C.Geol, Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage, University of Edinburgh
Growing UK CCS from a tiny acorn, Alan James, Managing Director, Pale Blue Dot Energy
Impact of brine production on CO2 storage economics, Emrah Durusut, Principal Consultant, Element Energy
Making the macroeconomic case for CCS, Prof Karen Turner, Director of the Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde and Prof Julia Race, University of Strathclyde
Caledonia Clean Energy Project, Stephen Kerr, Project Director, Summit Power
Capture and electrochemical valorisation of CO₂ in molten carbonates, Michel Cassir, Professor and Research Team Leader, Chimie ParisTech, PSL Research University
Q&A and panel discussion with invited panelist, Stuart Greig, Head of Onshore and Subsurface Policy Unit at Scottish Government
Bioenergy 2: Biomass, biogas & biofuel 10 May 2017, 16:00 - 17:30, Morar/Ness Room
Capturing CO₂ from an existing biomass power station, Bill Buschle, SCCS
Achieving ‘negative carbon’ through carbon dioxide reuse as a bolt-on value generator for bioenergy, Tim Dumenil, Creative Spirit & Energy Consultant, Pale Blue Dot Energy
Hydrogen and fuel cells 10 May 2017, 14:00 - 15:30, Boisdale Room
Hydrogen’s role in the future energy system: Spend, scale and timetable?
Chair: Nigel Holmes, CEO, Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Association
Stuart McKay, CCS and Hydrogen Policy, Scottish Government
Prof John Irvine, Professor of Chemistry, University of St Andrews and Co-Director, H2FC SUPERGEN
Marcus Newborough, Development Director, ITM Power
Paul Dodds, Senior Lecturer in Energy Systems, UCL Energy Institute
Ian Ellerington, Head of Innovation Delivery, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
Fiona Riddoch, University of Strathclyde & Smarter Energy Forum
Q&A and panel discussion
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