Taking a Systems Approach to Industrial Decarbonisation-Feb-21

Taking a Systems Approach to Industrial Decarbonisation

18/02/2021 14:00 - 15:00

Online technical webinar

Online Webinar
This is a free of charge event

The Humber industrial cluster is a complex system of connected and interdependent industries. As the highest emitting cluster, it presents a significant opportunity to decarbonise UK industry by 2040.

Business Modelling Associates (BMA), working collaboratively with CATCH, the Humber LEP and Humber stakeholders, have explored the modelling options available to develop the decarbonisation roadmap including options utilising hydrogen gas. Advanced analytics including systems modelling is recommended due to the complex nature of the Humber cluster, as well as future uncertainties – and a demonstration model has been developed on this basis.

In this Webinar BMA will outline the whole system modelling approach developed including a live demonstration of the technology

This is an excellent opportunity to learn about how leading-edge whole system modelling approaches are informing our roadmap to decarbonisation, including scenario utilising hydrogen gas.


Dr Craig Mauelshagen

Associate Director: Research and Solution Design

Craig has worked for seven years in the areas of risk analytics, risk governance and risk culture. Clients include central and local Government, Energy (Electricity and Gas) and Water utilities. He has a PhD on risk governance from Cranfield University. He has led on design, delivery and implementation of energy system solutions for Utility clients including Northern Gas Networks and National Grid (UK). Through this work he has engaged with both BEIS and Ofgem on behalf of clients.

Keri Bunnell

Head of Energy Systems & Sustainability

Keri has over 13 years of combined engineering, asset management and consulting experience. She is a Chartered Engineer and a Member of the Institute of Asset Management. Her experience in the gas industry includes asset strategy and risk quantification, as well as regulatory business planning. Keri moved back into consulting to work directly with clients across their business to implement and embed analytics software. Over the last 5 years she has gained significant experience around customer experience and change management. Keri was Project Lead for the Humber Project.

Joining instructions

The webinar will take place online via MS Teams. Once you have booked you will be sent your joining invite approximately a week before the event.

Email events@igem.org.uk or call +44 (0)1509 678150