At our annual Air Quality and Emissions event, Dr. Justine Bejta, Head of Science at the Joint Air Quality Unit (JAQU), presented data on the outcomes of recent government interventions in areas with high levels of NO2 pollution. In her 15-minute presentation, Dr. Bejta discusses: The origins and aims of the Joint Air Quality Unit Various strategies employed by the Joint Air Quality Unit How JAQU designs bespoke interventions Difficulties of implementation The intr...
At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Professor Paul Linden of the University of Cambridge discussed recent research into the relationship between the transmission of COVID-19 and indoor air quality. Professor Linden’s 15-minute talk addresses: Contemporary modelling of airborne transmission in epidemiology The ratio between number of occupants and infection Managing the likelihood of secondary infections The nature of seasonal variation in transmission How schools...
Stephen B. Harrison talks to Andres Saldivia business development manager at Hysytech to discuss hydrogen generation from natural gas or biomethane. Stephen's questions include: What purity in hydrogen are you able to achieve? Can this gas be used directly in fuel cells? Natural gas used, does this need to be high pressure or from the normal grid? Is the result a "green element"?
Stephen Harrison talks to an independent consultant from XTH energy about the decarbonisation in the cement making process. They talk about CO2 capture, and how its impacting the cement industry. Projects around europe are discussed and more details are provided by Xavier d'Hubert on the current progress.
Stephen talks to Philip Bell the hydrogen champion for Aberdeen city. This 5 minute interview includes questions on; The conference centre in Aberdeen The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA) uses fuel cells, for heat and power, how does this work? The fuel cells are supplied by biogas, methane, can you tell us more Philip? Can you tell us about the Clover Hill building project of 550 houses running on biogas? Who will look after all of these systems in Aberdeen? Will the MSc Course in...
Stephen Harrison talks to Andres Saldivia of Stirling Cryogenics. What is the reverse Stirling cycle and what does this process involve? What gases are cooled or liquified? Can you liquify hydrogen to make green hydrogen, if so, how much per day?
Join ABB and Tarmac / CRH for a 60-minute conversation about continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS), reviewing their decade-long partnership, how it is evolving to meet changing cement industry needs, and what the future holds. Until recently, high quality CEMS products and responsive field service were what mattered most to plant operators. Nowadays, digital software solutions are helping to maximize hardware up-time and minimize on-site support. And new approaches to delivering...
In this, the first of three interviews with Dr. Uwe Albrecht of Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik, Stephen B. Harrsion asks Dr. Albrecht to explain more about gasification and green hydrogen. Follow the link for the second interview, which focusses on the pyrolysis of biomethane for the production of green hydrogen, or click through for the first interview, which focusses on the gasification of biomethane for the production of green hydrogen.
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Jan 31 2024 Rennes, France
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Feb 18 2024 Conakry, Guinea