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Webinar | The role of electrochemical technology in the low carbon energy transition

24 June 2021, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm

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The latest event in UCL Mechanical Engineering's Energy and the Environment webinar series, this webinar explores how electrochemical technologies such as fuel cells, electrolysers and batteries offer flexible and highly efficient means to generate and store green electrons, plus use these electrons to produce green molecules such as hydrogen.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to

UCL staff | UCL alumni






Dr Nelia Jurado Pontes on behalf of the Energy and Environment Research Division

The presentation will discuss the role and value that these technologies can deliver to low carbon energy systems, and will in particular reference the speaker's own contributions to the development of solid oxide fuel cells and flow battery technologies, including two spin out companies in the sector, Ceres Power and RFC Power, of which the speaker is a co-founder.

Please note, this event is aimed at UCL staff and UCL alumni.

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About the Speaker

Prof Nigel Brandon OBE FRENG FRS

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Imperial College London

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