Webinar: Understanding the Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge with Dr Bryony Livesey, Challenge Director, UKRI

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Join us to hear from Dr Bryony Livesey, Director, Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge, UK Research & Innovation to learn more about the  Challenge, the opportunities it presents, and how industry can help the UK reach net-zero 2050 targets.

This challenge aims to accelerate the cost-effective decarbonisation of industry by developing and deploying low-carbon technologies. It also aims to enable the deployment of infrastructure at scale by the mid-2020s.

  • Dr Bryony Livesey

    Director, Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge

    UK Research & Innovation

    Bryony leads the Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge (IDC), which forms part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF).  IDC is a £170m programme with £261m match funding from industry, designed to deploy low carbon technologies and enabling infrastructure in heavily industrialised regions of the UK. Bryony was previously Head of Technology at Costain, with responsibility for the identification and development of new technology. She was a member of BEIS' CCUS Cost Challenge Task Force, a Director of the CCSA (where she co-chaired the Technical Working Group) and chairs the Independent Advisory Panel for the UKCCSRC. Prior to Costain, she was head of the R&D centre for Doosan Babcock, where she established their global R&D Centre, focussing on clean energy. Bryony previously worked for AEA Technology, leading technology and innovation in senior management roles both in the UK and internationally, including four years as President of a Joint Venture company in Tokyo.

 

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