16 April 2024, Teesside

Join to gain valuable insights from the companies, research institutions, academics and expert engineers working to decarbonise all UK industry. From the detailed work required to integrate hydrogen into current infrastructure through to developing carbon capture projects to reprocess waste heat, the clusters require a range of mechanical engineering and management skillsets.

Key topics to be addressed:

  • Systems thinking: How to Enable Practical Mobilisation of Decarbonisation Projects
  • Carbon Capture and Utilisation for Decarbonisation of Industrial Clusters
  • Supporting the Integration of Hydrogen as Part of the Energy Transition
  • Connectivity and Energy Transmission
  • The engineers’ role in promoting the growth of sustainable materials within the supply chain
  • Reduced carbon in the new build process and adapting existing infrastructure
  • Heat recovery and increased plant efficiency
  • Utilising academic research and achieving unity with industry

Website: https://bit.ly/compositesuk-industrialclusters24

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