Zac Cesaro

PhD Candidate, Research Engineer

University of Oxford / Siemens Energy


Ammonia as dispatchable power in the electricity sector. Green hydrogen and ammonia in developing countries, especially India. Ammonia cracking for hydrogen delivery.


Zac is a final year PhD in Engineering Science at Oxford, in the OXGATE research group. He researches and models the potential role of ammonia as a dispatchable fuel in the power sector, with a specific focus on analysing seasonal storage in the Indian electricity grid. Additionally, Zac works for Siemens Energy on ammonia topics in the Strategy, Technology, and Innovation department. He was the operator of the green ammonia demonstrator built at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire.