Decarbonisation of the Northern Powerhouse
- 2 Nov 2019
- Start time
- 10:00 AM
- Tempest Anderson Hall
A Joint Meeting of the Yorkshire Geological Society and the Yorkshire Philosophical Society, contributing to the Geological Society of London Year of Carbon, 2019
Convened by a team from the British Geological Survey, University of Hull School and the Yorkshire Geological Society, the meeting will highlight the scientific, economic and social challenges and potential solutions for decarbonisation.
Prof Mike Stephenson, British Geological Survey
From carbonisation to decarbonisation: a geological perspective on the Industrial Revolution and the low carbon challenge to come
Philip Ringrose, Equinor ASA
Dimensioning storage for systematic supply of Hydrogen energy systems
Prof David Manning, Newcastle University
Carbon capture in urban soils as a passive climate mitigation tool
Shorter talks will cover a range of other topics including Carbon storage in underground rock formations, industrial wastes and reforestation, Geothermal energy resources and monitoring of environmental impacts Supplying minerals for transport electrification.
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Free registration to attend the meeting is now open, please register at:-https://decarbnorthernpowerhouse.eventbrite.co.uk/