Sustainable Fuels Webinar Series
Power-to-Liquid for Aviation: The Role of Government Policy
The objective is to enable the full cycle decarbonisation of the aviation sector in the short to medium term. There are many concepts being looked at that show real promise but the technology readiness level (TRL) is low and even if the TRL increases significantly there will need to be massive global collaboration to invest in the needed infrastructure and equipment. This research looks at alternative routes to decarbonisation without adversely impacting the economic and social benefits of air travel. Power-to-Liquid (PtL) enables us to act quickly in a non-disruptive way. In the long-term, we have to completely re-think aviation in a way that does not significantly harm the environment but enables economic growth and social development.
Mitra is currently the Asset Accounting Manager at TfL and is responsible for ensuring TfL maximises the return on capital asset investment. He holds a B.Sc. in Economics and Management Studies from The University of the West Indies. Mitra is also a qualified accountant; he is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Most recently he has enrolled at Imperial College Business School to pursue their Executive MBA which is due to conclude in February 2021.
About Energy Futures Lab
Energy Futures Lab is one of six Global Institutes at Imperial College London. The institute was established to address global energy challenges by identifying and leading new opportunities to serve industry, government and society at large through high quality research, evidence and advocacy for positive change. The institute aims to promote energy innovation and advance systemic solutions for a sustainable energy future by bringing together the science, engineering and policy expertise at Imperial and fostering collaboration with a wide variety of external partners. The Energy Futures Lab daytime seminars are delivered by staff and students from across the College and further afield.