17 December 2020 14:00 - 15:30 Online

The synergy of the hydrogen economy and nuclear energy

There has never been a greater focus on the development of a clean hydrogen market. The focus of policy to date has been directed towards increasing production using electricity generated by renewables, ignoring the potential role of other low-carbon power sources, notably nuclear power.

New NNWI report surveys the potential of hydrogen as a decarbonising agent as well as the state of present-day policy and makes clear the valuable role that nuclear-produced hydrogen can play in hastening the development of a widespread hydrogen deployment.

Agenda

14:00
Welcome
Tim Yeo photo
Tim Yeo
14:10
Report Launch: The Synergy of the Hydrogen Economy and Nuclear Energy
Charles Hart photo
Charles Hart
14:20
Nuclear zero carbon fuels production: Partnership opportunities
Elina Teplinsky photo
Elina Teplinsky
14:30
Hydrogen from nuclear: The EDF Experience
Dr Tariq Dawood photo
Dr Tariq Dawood
14:40
Rosatom approach to hydrogen energy projects development
Anton Moskvin photo
Anton Moskvin
14:50
Energy innovation for a prosperous planet
Kirsty Gogan photo
Kirsty Gogan
15:00
Q&A Panel discussion
15:30
End

Speakers

Dr Tariq Dawood

Dr Tariq Dawood

Lead Engineer Asset Management, Nuclear & Renewables

EDF R&D UK Centre

Kirsty Gogan

Kirsty Gogan

Co-Founder

TerraPraxis

Charles Hart

Charles Hart

Senior Analyst and Researcher

New Nuclear Watch Institute

Anton Moskvin

Anton Moskvin

Vice President for Marketing and Business Development

Rusatom Overseas

Elina Teplinsky

Elina Teplinsky

Advisor, Global Nuclear

Clean Air Task Force

Tim Yeo

Tim Yeo

Chairman

New Nuclear Watch Institute

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