Come and witness the best and brightest young talent from the South West and Welsh Sections at their joint annual YPPC Heat as they battle it out for a place at the IGEM YPPC final.
This is a great opportunity to show your support for some of the industry's greatest young minds and hear about projects and innovations in your local area.
The confirmed shortlisted entrants are:
Chigozie Umeozulu, Graduate
Post Buncefield Explosion Improvements
Henry James, First Line Manager - Capital Delivery Projects, Wales & West Utilities
Aligning the operations parameters of PEM electrolysis with the operating pressures of the UK's gas distribution networks
Julie Chou, Asset Officer, Wales & West Utilities
A shrinkage strategy for a net zero carbon network
Matthew Davies, Asset Officer, Wales & West Utilities
Don't be Stupid, be Sustainable!
Adam Keenor, Strategy Support Assistant, Wales & West Utilities
How to herd cats
Katie Ling, Customer Support Officer, Wales & West Utilities
Coaching, Supporting and Optimising
Adam Thomas, Network Services Apprentice, Wales & West Utilities
Renewable Solution for Pressure Profiling
Luke Treharne, Assistant Operation Engineer, Wales & West Utilities
Regulator Control Monitoring - Predictive Analysis
David Noakes, Network Support Analyst, Wales & West Utilities
Impact of Power Generation and Biomethane on Analysis
The heat winners, one from each section will receive a £250 prize and secure a place in the YPPC final. The heat runner-up from each section will receive £100.
The winner of the final will get the trip of a lifetime to the World Gas Conference 2021 in South Korea. In addition, all the finalists will have their papers published in IGEM’s respected journal, Gi.