Hydrogen Blending into Existing Underground Assets
Pradheep Kileti is the Director of Future of Heat Asset Engineering and R&D Program Management for National Grid’s gas business in US. His primary areas of focus are renewable natural gas, hydrogen blending, district heating systems and investing in strategic R&D priorities pertaining to underground assets.
Pradheep is actively leading various projects involving decarbonizing one of the hardest sectors, building heating.
Apart from Hydrogen Blending project, he is also working in biomethane/renewable natural gas. He is actively involved in research applications of decarbonized gas and envisions an economic pathway to reduce emissions and personally committed to negate climate change in one of the core needs, energy utilities that people rely on their everyday needs. His work will result in meeting our nation’s ambitious climate goals through prudent commercialization of low carbon energy delivery technologies.
Pradheep has a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering and holds a Master of Business Administration from Hofstra University and a corporate innovation certification from Stanford University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Connecticut.