Exploring ways to decarbonise heat in Chilean cities

    1 March 2019

    Chile is committing to decarbonising its electricity sector with a target of 60% renewable power by 2035, but there are still some challenges with decarbonising the heat sector. Chileans still rely heavily on natural gas to heat their homes. Jorge Salgado Contreras from Chile, visited the Sustainable Gas Institute for two months, funded by the Chilean […]

    • Climate change
    • Greenhouse gas emissions
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    Three PhD positions in clean energy open for Brazilian nationals at Imperial College

    18 February 2019

    As part of the Gas Innovations Fellowship Programme, the Sustainable Gas Institute would like to invite applications for three new collaborative research PhD research projects based at Imperial College. The GFIP programme is a collaborative programme between the University of São Paulo (USP), Imperial College London and Royal Dutch Shell, and aims to enable researcher […]

    • Job listing
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    Launch video: Can natural gas reduce emissions from transport?

    13 February 2019

    For those of you who missed our report launch, “Can natural gas reduce emissions from transport? Heavy Goods Vehicles and Shipping”, the good news is that we filmed the launch event. The event took place on 28th January and featured panelists from industry, academia and an NGO. Adam Morton, Rolls-Royce’s Head of Environmental Technology Dr. […]

    • Greenhouse gas emissions
    • transport
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    UK-Brazil fellowship brings 25 new research projects in gas innovation and carbon dioxide abatement to Imperial College

    20 November 2018

    The Sustainable Gas Institute (SGI) is delighted to announce the start of 25 new research projects at Imperial College through the Gas Innovation Fellowship programme (GIFP). GIFP is a collaborative programme between the University of São Paulo (USP), Imperial College London, Royal Dutch Shell and National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (known as CNPq). […]

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