Tom Baxter asks five questions about the UK Government's new Hydrogen Strategy.
Tom Baxter argues against using blue hydrogen to produce electricity
Tom Baxter examines the challenges and opportunities of electrifying process heating
Can net zero housing help the UK meet targets? Tom Baxter does the math
Saul Griffith with Sam Calisch and Laura Fraser; ISBN: N/A; Publisher: N/A; 2020; Free
Tom Baxter argues the case for leaving the UK’s inert oil and gas architecture in place, rather t...
Tom Baxter looks at the parasitic load challenge of CCS
An alternative view for how the UK can achieve net zero for housing and other users, without the ...
Tom Baxter explains why he does not see a future for hydrogen fuel cells in passenger cars
Without an effective UK carbon tax, decision-makers cannot make the business case for carbon capt...
A positive look at what has been and what can be achieved to reduce our carbon footprint
Tom Baxter explains why slowing down is better for the planet
Tom Baxter shares more options for chemical engineers to boost energy efficiencies