Dr Peter Clough is a Senior Lecturer in Energy Engineering at Cranfield University where his research focuses on hydrogen production, CO2 capture, and cheminformatics. Dr Clough is a lead investigator on the HyPER project, a £7.9m project funded by BEIS to scale up a next generation Sorption Enhanced Steam Methane Reforming pilot plant. In addition, Dr Clough has managed and led a series of successfully delivered projects totalling more than £11m in value.
Dr Clough’s research is centred around the theme of clean energy, specifically hydrogen production, carbon capture and storage, and catalytic/non-catalytic material development and testing. Within these fields, his research group investigates reaction kinetics and mechanisms, apply machine learning to design and optimise materials, and the integration of decarbonisation technologies.