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Fossil Fuel Hydrogen: Technical, Economic and Environmental Potential

When Feb 18, 2020
from 12:30 PM to 02:00 PM
Where Faculty of Economics, Keynes Room
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Speaker: Professor William Nuttall, The Open University


Bill Nuttall is Professor of Energy having joined the Open University in October 2012. Much of his work has focussed on technology and policy issues of energy. He has had a leading role in studies devoted to particular energy-related materials including plutonium, helium, uranium, thorium and hydrogen and much of that work is on-going.

He has extensive experience of matters relating to civil nuclear energy.

Professor Nuttall’s career started in experimental physics and this technical background informs his interest in energy and technology issues. Beyond energy he has written on matters of industrial policy and, reflecting his physics background, he maintains an active interest in applied complexity science, including spatial agent-based simulation, particularly of energy-related problems. Nuttall’s research techniques have also included system dynamics especially as applied to problems in resource depletion.


A sandwich lunch will be provided and served before the talk. 

Part of the EPRG E&E seminar series.


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