Hy4Heat project update, 14 October
Dr Taylor will be sharing plans for and progress on Hy4Heat, a major project aiming to establish the technical feasibility, safety and convenience of replacing natural gas with hydrogen in buildings and appliances.
Mark undertook his doctorate, laminar-turbulent transition prediction techniques for supersonic transport swept wings in Cambridge and then joined Rolls-Royce Aerospace to design jet engine compressors. Since then, he has worked on turbo-chargers, combustion, oil tankers, HVAC and acoustics and spent 12 years as Principal Aerodynamicist at the McLaren Racing Formula 1 team followed by a brief stint as Chief CAE Engineer at Gordon Murray Design.
Mark currently works as a Deputy Director at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) where he is responsible for Programme Delivery of Science and Innovation for Climate and Energy. Mark oversees major energy innovation programmes in a £505M Portfolio including Hy4Heat, CCUS, Industrial Fuel Switching, Energy Entrepreneurs Fund and the Clean Growth Venture Capital Fund.
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