The UK’s largest clean energy gathering in the UK returns to Glasgow and will feature two dovetailing sessions on delivering a carbon negative economy in Scotland and the UK.
Both sessions take place on Day One and provide an excellent overview of progress on and the potential for significantly tackling the UK’s carbon emissions from heat, transport and industry. A short networking break between sessions provides the opportunity for further discussion.
Session One, chaired by Stuart McKay from the Scottish Government, looks at how we can achieve negative carbon emissions in a circular economy. Session Two, chaired by SCCS Director, Stuart Haszeldine, will then consider infrastructure needs and opportunities and include a scene-setter on the UK’s carbon targets.
Check out the programme below and register for FREE now at All-Energy 2019. Both sessions take place in the BOISDALE Room.
14:00 – 15:30
Chair: Stuart McKay, Scottish Government
Acorn/CO2SAPLING – Alan James, Pale Blue Dot Energy
CO2 Storage Readiness Levels: communicating how ready a site is for operational CO2 storage – Dr Maxine Akhurst, British Geological Survey
Balancing variable flows in CO2 Transport and Storage Networks – Thomas Spitz, Postgraduate, University of Edinburgh
The Drax CCS project – Andy Koss, CEO, DPL
Towards a Carbon Negative Circular Economy: Capturing CO2 from our Municipal Solid Waste – Laura Herraiz Palomino, Research Associate, University of Edinburgh
Circular Carbon: The role of biogenic Carbon Capture & Utilisation (CCU) in delivering Scotland’s carbon targets – David Pilbeam, Pale Blue Dot Energy
Introducing the CCUS Projects Network – Philippa Parmiter, Project Manager, Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage
NETWORKING BREAK with refreshments and poster display
16:00 – 17:30
Chair: Stuart Haszeldine, Director SCCS and Professor of CCS, University of Edinburgh
Session introduction –Simon Gill, Scottish Government
Setting the scene on carbon targets – Matthew Knight, Siemens
Infrastructure reuse to decarbonise heat – Colin Thomson, SGN
Role of the electricity grid to decarbonise heat, transport and industry – Alan Kelly, SP Energy Networks
North Sea and onshore infrastructure – Dr David Vega-Maza, University of Aberdeen
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