E4tech’s Nick Owen makes case for liquid air

On 9 May, E4tech’s Nick Owen will join speakers from the energy and transport sectors at the “Liquid Air in the energy and transport systems” conference in London.

The event, hosted by the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Centre for Low Carbon Futures, looks at low temperature liquefied air or nitrogen as carriers of energy, either for storage of surplus renewable electricity or as a mobile energy vector. Nick, who leads E4tech’s activities in Low Carbon Vehicles, will talk about the prospects for liquid air as a transport fuel, looking at the practicalities and potential for payback in terms of cash or carbon emissions.

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