|2017||Professor of Clean Energy, Imperial College London|
|2014 -2016||Reader in Clean Energy, Imperial College London|
|2011-2014||Senior Lecturer in Clean Energy, Imperial College, London.|
|2007-2011||Lecturer in Clean Energy, RCUK (Shell) Research Fellow, Imperial College, London.|
|2003-2007||Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Chemical Engineering, Cambridge University|
|1999-2003||PhD - Chemical Engineering Department, Cambridge University|
|1994-1998||BA, M Eng (Hons). Chemical Engineering Department, Cambridge University|
Professor Fennell with previous PhD students Dr John Blamey and Dr Danlu Tong (Photo by Dave Guttridge, The Photographic Unit)
- Industrial Decarbonisation and Efficiency Improvement
- Advanced Processes for low-carbon production of Iron and Steel.
- Clean Production of energy, including integration of energy production into industrial processes.
- Policy in the area of Carbon Capture and Storage, industry and energy production.
- Low carbon cement production and use.
- Trace element mitigation from energy production.
- Production of hydrogen and integration of the production and use of hydrogen into industrial processes.
- Cross-industry integration, industrial hubs
- Consultancy in the areas above, including for government and industry.
et al., 2012, Influence of High-Temperature Steam on the Reactivity of CaO Sorbent for CO2 Capture, Environmental Science & Technology, Vol:46, ISSN:0013-936X, Pages:1262-1269
Dean CC, Dugwell D, Fennell PS, 2011, Investigation into potential synergy between power generation, cement manufacture and CO2 abatement using the calcium looping cycle, Energy & Environmental Science, Vol:4, ISSN:1754-5692, Pages:2050-2053
et al., 2010, Morphological Changes of Limestone Sorbent Particles during Carbonation/Calcination Looping Cycles in a Thermogravimetric Analyzer (TGA) and Reactivation with Steam, Energy & Fuels, Vol:24, ISSN:0887-0624, Pages:2768-2776
et al., 2008, The zero emission carbon concept (ZECA): Extents of reaction with different coals in steam/hydrogen, tar formation and residual char reactivity, Energy & Fuels, Vol:22, ISSN:0887-0624, Pages:2504-2511