Cafe Scientifique Talk – Hydrogen: A route to net zero

Wednesday 19 April
7.00-7.30pm start
Henley Hockey Club

Moving from natural gas (methane) to hydrogen in order to decarbonise various sectors has been widely discussed in the media as part of a societal aim to reach net zero by 2050.

We will cover the reasons for such interest in hydrogen, how hydrogen can be produced and Johnson Matthey’s growing interest in Hydrogen Technologies.

Speaker – Dr James (Jamie) Stevens

Research Group Leader in Water Electrolysis at Johnson Matthey Technology Centre.

Following a PhD at University of Nottingham in sustainable chemistry I have worked at Johnson Matthey for 12 years in various roles including, catalysis, water purification, battery materials and most recently in Hydrogen Technologies.

Booking is required via cafescihenley@gmail.com

 

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