PPPL Colloquium: Challenges in the Production and Deployment of Green Hydrogen from Bioresources

Date
Oct 5, 2022, 4:00 pm5:15 pm
Location
MBG Auditorium (staff only) and Online
Speaker
Sponsor
Elise Demoncheaux
Audience
General Public (virtual)
Event Description

Wednesday, October 5, 2022

4:00pm-5:15pm EDT - PPPL AUDITORIUM AND VIA ZOOM

Hosted by Elise Demoncheaux

Professor Ange Nzihou
Princeton University, Fulbright Visiting Professor
CNRS - IMT Mines, Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering

Challenges in the Production and Deployment of Green Hydrogen from Bioresources

Hydrogen is a versatile energy carrier that can be produced from various energy sources and technologies. It can be transformed into electricity and methane to power homes and feed industry, and into fuels for cars, trucks, ships, and planes. Hydrogen can help tackle various critical energy challenges such as the decarbonization of a wide range of sectors, including transport, chemicals, and iron and steel industries where it is challenging to meaningfully reduce emissions. While electrolysis is attracting most the attention, the production of green hydrogen from bioresources such as biomass and biogas is relevant to fulfill the demand worldwide. This lecture will address the reforming and gasification pathways to produce hydrogen with a focus on the scientific and technical challenges associated with.

To join via Zoom: 
https://pppl.zoom.us/j/361549769?pwd=R0d5d0hFUjZJNnBhRGR0RkszOGM1UT09
Meeting ID: 361 549 769
Passcode: colloquium
(Note: Additional Zoom information can be found on the lab calendar. All participants microphones will be muted. During the talk, please send any questions/comments via private Zoom chat to the colloquium host)