Two Workshops Hosted by SoCalGas in Downey July 29-30
The California Hydrogen Business Council has released the program for the CHBC Summer Summit being held July 29-30 at the Southern California Gas Energy Resource Center in Downey, Calif.
- Wednesday, July 29 – Renewable Pathways to Hydrogen, bringing experts together to consider the economics and the market opportunities, and identify important projects whose development have the potential to “move the needle” for renewable hydrogen.
The goal is to provide a robust set of solutions, possible demonstrations and the identification of potential policy changes to accelerate the development of affordable renewable hydrogen production facilities.
Tyson Eckerle, zero emissions vehicle infrastructure project manager for the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development and California Fuel Cell Partnership executive director Bill Elrick are the Wednesday morning keynote speakers.
- Thursday, July 30 – Hydrogen For Energy Storage and Grid Services fostering and economic understanding of the roles that HES and power to gas (P2G) can play in the provision of grid services. The workshop will explore the details that allow hydrogen solutions to play at the industry energy storage table. The goal is to provide action oriented outcomes for the stakeholders that will make hydrogen a bigger player in grid services.
Hydrogenics CEO Daryl Wilson is the Thursday morning keynote speaker.
Hydrogen and fuel cell technology offer “an unprecedented portfolio of solutions” to help achieve California’s ambitious greenhouse gas reduction and concurrent zero-emission vehicle goals, CHBC says: “Renewable hydrogen for transportation and stationary power generation is emission free, silent and provides consumer experience similar to existing technology.”
Attendees can register for either of the two Summit workshops or at a discount for both days. Registration is cheaper still for CHBC members.
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