Building evidence to deliver hydrogen, 12 October

Dr Needle will be chairing the Day One hydrogen session, where we will be hearing project updates from H21, HyDeploy and Gas Goes Green, followed by a discussion around how networks will build the evidence for hydrogen, looking at: 

  • How network innovation is contributing to the evidence for the role of hydrogen in a net zero energy system
  • How much hydrogen can we safely blend into Britain’s gas networks? What are the next steps in developing the safety case for blending hydrogen?
  • Which refurbishments are required of our existing infrastructure to enable the safe transportation of 100% hydrogen?
  • What commercial framework considerations are needed to allow the transport of H2 in the gas networks?

Speaker profile

Angie is Director of Strategy at Cadent where she is responsible for creating the transformational strategies for the company, including decarbonisation plans for the UK and hydrogen projects across residential and industrial heating.

Prior to that she held a range of positions at Centrica, including heading up their contracting strategy that supports 10,000 British Gas engineers. She also created and ran the business energy-services strategy and took responsibility for all energy supply and services customer propositions.

Before Centrica, lots of fun was had at Anglian Water, including managing sewer networks, heading up an R&D programme and being responsible for all thing’s energy, carbon and climate change.

Angie is a big advocate of both environmental and diversity issues and a Founder of the Women’s Utilities Network. 

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