Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI)
GTI Energy’s work spans from upstream energy supply and conversion through energy delivery and end uses, and we are working across that spectrum for the benefit of the industry. We are partnering with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) in leading the Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI), a unique five-year, collaborative effort that brings together industry stakeholders to accelerate development, demonstration, and deployment of hydrogen and other low-carbon energy technologies and fuels at scale.
Both GTI Energy and EPRI recognize that breakthrough technologies across the full energy value chain will be required to achieve decarbonization goals, and we see opportunities to combine and leverage resources across the utility industry for the greater good. The effort will improve the strength, efficiency, and resiliency of the U.S. energy grid and reduce impact on the environment, while advancing the technologies needed for deep decarbonization within the next decade so they can be deployed in the 2030 to 2050 timeframe.
In case you missed GTI Energy’s Pathway to Next Zero by 2050 Tech Talk, a recording is available online for you to review. It highlights key insights from the study by GTI Energy and EPRI, and the role of renewable energy, electricity, low-carbon fuels, infrastructure, and efficiency in enabling economy-wide deep decarbonization.
LCRI NEWS ARTICLES
The 3rd annual “Women+ in Hydrogen” event to celebrate Women’s History Month was held Tuesday, March 28th in Washington, DC. Speakers included EPRI’s Vice President of Energy Supply and Low-Carbon Resources Neva Espinoza, Elizabeth Kocs, Program Manager at GTI Energy’s Hydrogen Technology Center, and Sunita Satyapal, Director of the U.S. DOE’s Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Technologies Office. The event was hosted by partners including LCRI co-lead EPRI, the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association, and Women in Green Hydrogen.
2022 LCRI NEWS ARTICLES
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