"This is a really exciting time to be researching hydrogen technologies. There will be big changes to the energy system in five to ten years and there is a need for hydrogen energy innovation leaders to successfully transition the UK towards a low carbon economy.
The government’s Clean Growth Strategy identifies deep decarbonisation challenge for the UK, especially for sectors where there has been little reduction in CO2 like heat and transport and also the need for energy storage to facilitate growth in renewables.
At the University of Nottingham our cohort training approach will deliver research leaders with the transdisciplinary understanding of the science and engineering limits of hydrogen technologies, along with an appreciation of the barriers to the market (including legislative, economic and societal). This is the skill set needed to transition hydrogen innovations into the energy system."
Professor Gavin Walker, Chair, Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Hydrogen
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