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Committee holds fourth evidence session into inquiry

6 May 2021

On Wednesday 12 May, the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee is holding its fourth session as part of its inquiry into The role of Hydrogen in achieving Net Zero. The session will focus on the role for hydrogen and alternative options for domestic heating and energy storage, as well as the infrastructure that a hydrogen economy might need.

Witnesses

Wednesday 12 May

At 9.30am

Panel one

  • Professor Jianzhong Wu, Head of Engineering, Cardiff University; and
  • Carl Arntzen, CEO, Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd.

Panel two (at approx. 10.10am)

  • Antony Green, Hydrogen Project Director, National Grid;
  • Angus McIntosh, Director of Energy Futures, SGN; and
  • Dr Angela Needle, Director of Strategy, Cadent.

Panel three (at approx. 10.50am)

  • Professor Jon Gluyas, Executive Director, Durham Energy Institute; and
  • Dr Jonathan Radcliffe, Reader in Energy Systems and Policy, University of Birmingham; and
  • Professor Clare Grey, Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Professor of Chemistry, University of Cambridge.

Panel four (at approx. 11.30am)

  • Julian Leslie, Head of Networks, National Grid Electricity Systems Operator

Further information

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