Hydrogen Pathways: a tool for analysing costs and emissions of hydrogen supply chains
The University of Western Australia
Keelan is a Research Fellow in the UWA Fluid Science and Resources Research Group. Keelan’s research focuses on analysing sustainable hydrogen supply chains. This includes developing a web-based tool for modelling the costs and emissions of hydrogen pathways. Keelan also works on detailed techno-economic studies of hydrogen production scenarios. He previously worked on the development of geophysical sensors (primarily using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)) for downhole logging applications (at both UWA and NMR Services Australia). He completed his PhD in chemical engineering at UWA.