Dissemination – A greener gas grid: what are the options?
On July 20th 2017, the third SGI White Paper was published, entitled ‘A greener gas grid: What are the options?‘
Please cite the paper as:Speirs, J., Balcombe, P., Johnson, E., Martin, J., Brandon, N., Hawkes, A. (2017). A Greener Gas Grid: What are
the options?, Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College London (Available at: http://www.sustainablegasinstitute.org/a-greener-gas-grid/)
Please find below links to subsequent press releases, articles, and presentations.
Dr Jamie Speirs is the first author of the paper.
A two page summary of the full report is available to download.
The evening commenced with a welcome by the Institute’s Director, Professor Nigel Brandon followed by a 30 minute overview of the report from the lead author, Dr Jamie Speirs.
The panel members include:-
· Professor Jim Watson, Research Director, UK Energy Research Centre
· Dan Sadler, Project Manager of the H21 Leeds City Gate team
· Dr David Joffe, Team leader at the UK Committee on Climate Change
For more information.
The presentation slides can be found on Slideshare.
Please find photos from the launch event on Flickr.
20 July 2017 – Can the UK’s gas grid go green? New white paper explores options – Phys.org
20 July 2017 – Can the UK’s gas grid go green? New white paper explores options – Imperial College website
21st July 2017 – UK green gas ‘could boost decarbonisation goals’ – EnergyLive.news
14th Aug 2017 – Energy transition? Let’s not forget the option of a Green Gas Grid – EnergyPost Weekly
16th Aug 2017 – A greener gas grid: 6 key findings – Gastech Insights
12/10/16 – How can we make the gas grid greener? a blog post by Erin Johnson for the Grantham Institute blog
First author, Dr Jamie Speirs describes the findings from the report in this video (2 minutes 41 seconds).
There is also a video from the launch event with panelists (1 hour 27 minutes)
17/11/16 – How can we make the gas grid greener? Erin Johnson (1 min 30 seconds)
27/09/16 – Policy facing research through Systematic Review and primary analysis – an abstract from Sustainable Gas Research & Innovation Conference 2016
20/07/17 – A greener gas grid: What are the options? – launch event