This course is designed for technical staff, to gain awareness, knowledge, and references for the key themes associated with the transition to hydrogen, relative to the existing Gas Network.
The course is delivered using Microsoft Teams.
The course covers ten key themes relevant to Hydrogen and the UK Natural Gas Network:
- ·Environmental context of hydrogen
- ·Legal considerations for the use of hydrogen as a utility
- ·Combustion characteristics
- ·Safety issues of hydrogen
- ·Manufacturing processes
- ·Hydrogen infrastructure
- ·Storage of hydrogen
- ·Transportation of hydrogen
- ·Potential end-use conversion to hydrogen
- Economic and social factors
- Basic understanding of the fundamentals of hydrogen gas
- The implications of a hydrogen roll-out and the associated safety case
- The technologies associated with the creation, storage and safe use of hydrogen
- Attendees will be able to understand the real-world issues associated with the potential uptake of hydrogen as one means of decarbonising the UK and wider Europe
- Understanding of the history of hydrogen development within the UK
- What would be the issues economically for a hydrogen roll out across the UK
- Post course, attendees will have an ability to articulate the technical key themes for hydrogen across a wide range of contexts and stakeholders in relation to the differences between natural gas and hydrogen and business need
The course is endorsed by the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM).
The course will be delivered by two Kiwa Technical Trainers (and Senior Consultancy Staff) including one or both of Mark Crowther, Technical Director of Kiwa UK, and Paul McLaughlin, Principal Consultant at Kiwa. The course has been designed for delivery by on-line live presentations, which gives an interactive experience and allows delegates to concentrate on the issues that they see as most relevant.
Proposed Course Date and Location
Date: At a mutually agreed date within 8 weeks from date of order. The course is run over two mornings, starting at 09:30 and concluding around 12:30 each day.
The course is delivered in a very interactive style and as such necessitates smaller groups – ideal maximum is 10 people with a hard maximum of 16.
TOTAL £ 4,500 + VAT
Kiwa is happy to offer this course multiple times in line with client requirements at negotiated rates. If you wish to book multiple dates at the time of order, please indicate accordingly and raise a purchase order for the combined quantity.