Building evidence to deliver hydrogen, 12 October

Lloyd will be joining hydrogen thought leaders on a panel discussion examining 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

Lloyd joined National Grid in 2016, first working on strategic spares management within Gas Transmission and then moved on through a number of different roles within the organisation including in the HS2 diversion team, the Gas Business Improvement project and the Gas Strategy team.

Lloyd first started working on hydrogen development in 2017 and has been one of the leading voices for hydrogen within the organisation. In 2018 he led the ‘Hydrogen in the NTS’ innovation project and continued to work closely within the innovation team before joining the FutureGrid team full time in early 2021. Since then he has led on the material and mechanical testing workstreams as well as the external engagement for hydrogen engineering work.

Lloyd has a Mechanical Engineering degree from Cardiff University and in 2020 became a Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers.

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