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Video of integrated zero-carbon hub for Hydrogen

The video of DEI - CESI research webinar on Integrated Zero-Carbon Hub is now live and available to view. It explores how by using an integrated, symbiotic system, hydrogen can deliver distributed heat, cooling and electricity for residential, industrial and commercial applications and provide hydrogen and electric charging services for transport.
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Making it fair: what would a just transition to net zero look like?

DEI Director Professor Simone Abram and Dr Rebecca Ford, University of Strathclyde were guest on the Climate Papers blog discussing what a socially inclusive approach to a decarbonised economy would look like.
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New project to explore the impact of Home Working on Energy Usage during COVID-19

The Home Working NEATZERO project will measure the real energy consumption impacts of home working to help with future energy scenario planning.
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Hydrogen - Back to the Future

The Aviva Investors Editorial team caught up with DEI Director Professor Tony Roskilly and other experts to find out about the future for Hydrogen.
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Energy Transition opportunities for women in STEM

Durham University, with support from the British Council, is offering six fully-funded Energy Transition Masters scholarships for female students from the Americas! DEI is delighted to be supporting this initiative.
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New Project: Zero-Carbon Emission Integrated Cooling, Heating and Power (ICHP) Networks

DEI have been awarded EPSRC funding to work with National Grid on a new research into decarbonising heating and cooling using Hydrogen.
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Durham research supports £12.7m National Grid hydrogen research facility

Durham to support National Grid's first of its kind offline hydrogen research facility to explore how gas transmission networks could be used to transport hydrogen in the future.
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