The effects of hydrogen gas on gas network materials within a CO2 reduction energy trial

Shelley Brace

Keele University

Shelley Brace is a post-doctoral researcher at Keele University studying the effects of hydrogen gas on materials that are exposed to the gas network. Prior to this project Shelley completed a post-doctoral role, designing and engineering a gas enrichment rig for the purpose of 17O gas enriching zeolite materials. Shelley also completed a PhD at Keele University synthesising and characterising novel inorganic materials. 


Introduction: The UK government has committed to an ambitious target of an 80 % reduction in CO2 emissions by 2050 (from 1990 levels). As the provision of heat makes up almost 50% of UK energy consumption mainly provided by... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Shelley Brace (Keele University)
  2. Richard Darton (Keele University)
  3. John Staniforth (Keele University)

Topic Area

Hydrogen energy and fuel cell technology applications


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