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Hydrogen Supply Chain at ACT Expo

March 18, 2016 in ACT Expo 2016, Conference/Meeting, event, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

CHBC Supply Chain Exchange and Partnership Development Workshop

The California Hydrogen Business Council is spreading the word about a Supply Chain Exchange and Partnership Development Workshop to be held in connection with the upcoming Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo meeting in Long Beach, Calif.

Click on the image or here to indicate your interest in the May 5 Hydrogen Supply Chain workshop.

Click on the image or here to indicate your interest in the May 5 Hydrogen Supply Chain workshop.

The CHBC workshop takes place on the afternoon of May 5.

“The purpose is to cultivate new relationships between suppliers and system integrators and to attract and introduce new companies to the hydrogen and fuel cell market in California,” CHBC says: “Expand your business opportunities, engage with potential suppliers of critical parts and components, and connect potential customers to your products, services, and expertise in the clean energy field.”

The half-day supply chain workshop is hosted by the Advanced Power and Energy Program at the University of California (Irvine), the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development and CHBC, with sponsorship by the Department of Energy and support from the Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition.


ACT Expo itself runs May 2-5 at the Long Beach Convention Center.

CHBC’s Spring Summit is being held there on May 2.

ACT Expo 2016 exhibiting, sponsoring ||| ACT Expo 2016 interactive floor plan

ACT Expo 2016 Contacts


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ACT Expo ’16: More Diverse than Ever

February 9, 2016 in ACT Expo 2016, Alternative Fuels, batteries, Biomethane, CNG, Conference/Meeting, Electric Drive, EVs, Hybrids, LNG, NGVs, Propane, propane autogas by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

EDTA, PERC, CHBC, NACFE and NGVAmerica Among the Co-Hosts

The fast-approaching Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Long Beach, Calif. May 2-5 will be the most diverse ever, with co-hosts including the California Hydrogen Business Council, the Electric Drive Transportation Association, NGVAmerica, the North American Council for Freight Efficiency, and the Propane Education & Research Council.
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CHBC Tech Tour at SunLine Transit

February 4, 2016 in event, fuel cells, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

February 12 Event Follows Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Conference

SunLine Transit and the California Hydrogen Business Council are hosting a technology tour of SunLine Transit operations in Thousand Palms, Calif. on Friday, February 12.
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ACT Expo 2016 Registration Opens

January 5, 2016 in ACT Expo 2016, Alternative Fuels, Biodiesel, Biofuels, Biomethane, CNG, Conference/Meeting, Electric Drive, EVs, EVSE, fuel cells, Hybrids, Hydraulic Hybrid, Hydrogen, LNG, New Products, NGVs, Propane, propane autogas, Renewable Diesel by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Early Bird Discounts Until February 26 as Agenda Is Released,
EDTA, PERC and CHBC Have Committed as Co-Hosts of the Event,
EVSE/EV Charging Webinar with EDTA Takes Place on January 12

Organizers of the 2016 Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo released the conference agenda today as they opened early bird registration for the sixth annual show taking place May 2-5 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Southern California.

ACT Expo 2016 is expected bring the entire transportation industry together for an expansive showcase of the technologies, fuels, policies, and organizations driving innovation and sustainability.


Don't forget that ACT Expo 2016 presentation abstracts are due February 15!

Click here to register for ACT Expo 2016. And don’t forget that ACT Expo 2016 presentation abstracts are due February 15.

Leading advanced transportation suppliers will be on hand to unveil and display today’s latest innovations and next generation technologies –OEMs, suppliers of motors, equipment and fuel, and of fueling and electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

The deadline for early bird discount registrations for the full ACT Expo 2016 conference and exhibition hall – fleet registration at just $325 and general registration at $550 – is February 26.

The deadline to submit abstracts for ACT Expo 2016 conference presentations is February 15.

ACT Expo 2016 is co-hosted in Long Beach this year with the Electric Drive Transportation Association, the Propane Education & Research Council, and the California Hydrogen Business Council. ACT Expo is organized by Fleets & Fuels publisher GNA – Gladstein, Neandross & Associates.

Momentum from Paris

“Building off the exciting momentum from the Paris Climate Conference, hundreds of public and private-sector organizations will convene at ACT Expo as they work to develop the transportation elements of their sustainability plans and their strategies to reduce vehicle emissions and costs,” said Erik Neandross, CEO at GNA.

“By teaming up with the leading clean vehicle technology industry associations, we are able to bring all fuels, and all advanced technologies under one roof,” he said.

Hands-On Access

ACT Expo attendees will gain hands-on access to the wide range of today’s available clean transportation solutions – including electric, hybrid, hydrogen, natural gas, propane autogas, renewable fuels, advanced efficiency technologies, telematics, and connected vehicles.

“From vehicles, to motors, equipment, fuel, fueling infrastructure, and more – today’s latest innovations and next generation technologies will be unveiled and on display,” GNA says.

Co-Located Events

“For the busy fleet executive, we provide an ultra-efficient one-stop-shop for all of the latest advanced transportation technology in the marketplace today and coming out tomorrow,” Neandross said.

The ACT Expo 2016 program will provide a platform for fleet operators, local governments, and other key stakeholders to share case studies on how alternative fuels and vehicle efficiency technologies are improving the environmental performance and sustainability of their operations, reducing costs, helping mitigate the impact of volatile petroleum prices, and driving business growth.

Organizations hosting co-located events throughout the week of ACT Expo include

  • Businesses for Social Responsibility (BSR);
  • California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC);
  • Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA);
  • National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC);
  • North American Council on Freight Efficiency (NACFE);
  • University of California, Davis; and
  • WTS International.

EVSE Webinar January 12

Can’t wait? Want to learn more about EVSE/electric vehicle supply equipment (aka EV chargers)? Take advantage of a sneak preview of the programming offered at ACT Expo 2016 by joining us for the first of ACT Expo webinar series on January 12: Shaking Things Up in EVSEs: A Discussion on Roaming, Pricing Models, Fleet Applications, and Inductive Charging. The webinar takes place at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern time.

“With electric vehicles finally moving past the early adopter stage,” GNA says, “we find ourselves confronted with major infrastructure challenges.”

The complimentary one-hour webinar, presented in concert with EDTA, “will highlight what we can expect from the electric vehicle charging infrastructure industry, including issues of ‘roaming’ and being able to pay by credit card, pricing structures, challenges and the promise of inductive charging, and fleet applications.”

ACT Expo 2016 exhibiting, sponsoring ||| ACT Expo 2015 interactive floor plan

ACT Expo 2016 Call for Papers ||| ACT Expo 2016 Contacts

at GNA for ACT Expo 2016, Alexis Wiley, 310-744-8552;[email protected]www.actexpo.com


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California H2 Annual Meeting: Next Week

September 21, 2015 in Conference/Meeting, Electric Drive, fuel cells, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Sacramento Gathering to Emphasize Already-Commercial Markets

Already-commercial markets for hydrogen fuel cells will be a key emphasis as the California Hydrogen Business Council hosts its annual California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit September 30-October 1 at the California EPA building in Sacramento.

The California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit September 30-October 1 at the California EPA building in Sacramento.

The California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit takes place September 30-October 1 at the California EPA building in Sacramento Click image or here to register.

CHBC wants its member companies and other conference participants to recognize the already important commercial markets for fuel cells and the elemental fuel that powers them, as well as new products and technologies that are nearing commercialization.

Registrations are discounted until this Friday, September 25.

The Summit brings national and international hydrogen and fuel cell energy industry experts and policymakers together to exchange information about both mobile and stationary fuel cells.

Featured topics for this year’s Summit include

  • renewable hydrogen;
  • transportation;
  • regional environmental goals;
  • sustainable goods movement and freight;
  • stationary, backup, and telecom applications;
  • energy storage and power-to-gas; and
  • the perceptions of hydrogen.

CHBC expects to attract more than 200 participants from agencies, businesses, universities, and non-profit organizations.


Plug Power president and CEO Andy Marsh is a keynote speaker, as is Sunia Satyapal, director of the U.S. DoE’s Fuel Cell Technologies Office.

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CHBC Early Bird Fees End Tomorrow

September 3, 2015 in Conference/Meeting, Electric Drive, event, fuel cells, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Discounts Still Available for Sacramento Hydrogen Meeting

Discount registrations for the California Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Summit end tomorrow, September 4. Full registration for non-members rises from $179 to $199.

The gathering itself, organized by the California Hydrogen Business Council, takes place at the California EPA headquarters in Sacramento September 30-October 1.

Click image or here for further information.

Click image or here for further information.

The Summit will bring together national and international hydrogen and fuel cell energy industry experts and policymakers to exchange of information about both stationary and mobile fuel cells.

New Markets and Markets to Come

The purpose is to help the participants recognize the already important commercial markets for these technologies – and the new products and technologies about to enter the commercial marketplace.

Featured topics for this year’s Summit will include

  • renewable hydrogen;
  • transportation;
  • regional environmental goals;
  • sustainable goods movement and freight;
  • stationary, backup, and telecom applications;
  • energy storage and power-to-gas; and
  • the perceptions of hydrogen.


CHBC expects to attract more than 200 participants from government agencies, businesses, universities, and non-profit organizations.

CHBC is offering an optional tour of the Linde hydrogen fueling station in West Sacramento at mid-day on Tuesday, September 29.

Plug Power president and CEO Andy Marsh is a keynote speaker.

CHBC notes that sponsorship opportunities remain available.

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CHBC Summer Summit Program

July 13, 2015 in Conference/Meeting, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

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.

CHBC_SummerSummitThe organization has planned two workshops:

  • Wednesday, July 29Renewable 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 30Hydrogen 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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CHBC Slates Summer Summit in Downey

June 30, 2015 in Conference/Meeting, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Two Workshops Scheduled for July 29 and July 30 in Downey

The California Hydrogen Business Council has slated the double-barreled CHBC Summer Summit for July 29-30 at the Southern California Gas Energy Resource Center in Downey, Calif.

CHBC_SummerSummitThe Summit includes two workshops:

  • Renewable Pathways to Hydrogen; and
  • Hydrogen for Energy Storage and Grid Service.

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, the organization 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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CHBC Seeks Input for CARB Workshop

January 7, 2015 in Conference/Meeting, fuel cells, Hydrogen, money available by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Hydrogen Advocates Want Their Share of California Funding
Estimated at Some $200 Million in 2015-2016 Under AQIP & GGRF

The California Hydrogen Business Council wants help making the case for fuel cell vehicles to get their share as the California Air Resources Board plans outlays through the California Air Quality Improvement Program and Low Carbon Transportation Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund for fiscal year 2015-2016.
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Two Cal H2 Summits: One with ACT Expo

March 4, 2014 in Conference/Meeting, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

CHBC with ACT Expo in May and in Sacramento in October

The California Hydrogen Business Council is seeking presentation abstracts and sponsors for two 2014 Summit meetings: May 5 in Long Beach in conjunction with ACT Expo 2014, and October 15-16 in Sacramento.

CHBClogoAbstracts are due March 15 for the May meeting and April 15 for the CHBC annual in October, which again will be hosted by the California EPA.

The day-long CHBC Spring Summit, the organization says, “will focus on the latest breakthroughs in utility intersections with hydrogen and fuel cells, including renewable energy and hydrogen energy storage; fuel cell power solutions; investment opportunities in hydrogen fueling; EV range extenders; and strategic visions of hydrogen infrastructure development in California.”

ACT Expo Tie-In Means More People Reached

Summit Sponsors will connect directly with CHBC’s industry and customer audience, “broadened by new participants joining us from ACT Expo 2014.”

F&F_Slide_ACT_Expo_2014Sponsors may choose from four sponsorship levels, including title, gold, networking, and breakfast.

ACT Expo 2014 exhibitors with 20-by-20 or 20-by-30 booths automatically enrolled as gold sponsors of the CHBC Spring Summit. Those with a 10-by-10 or 10-by-20 booths will be recognized as networking sponsor or breakfast sponsors, respectively.

“We feel very fortunate to have the CHBC Spring Summit co-located with the ACT Expo, expanding our sponsors’ reach to a new audience, and providing valuable information on emerging and growing hydrogen and fuel cell businesses and near term developments,” said CHBC managing director Jeff Serfass.

“It’s just another step showing our California business advances to broader audiences,” he said.

California Hydrogen Business Council, Emanuel Wagner, 310-455-6095, ext 360; mobile 202-457-0868; [email protected]

CHBC Spring Summit — CHBC Annual in Sacramento

CHBC Sees Summit Attendance Soar

October 15, 2013 in fuel cells, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Sacramento Meeting Indicates Increasing Interest in Hydrogen Fuel Cells,
Plug Power Among Those Showing that the Technology Can Be Viable Today

Interest in hydrogen fuel cells as the power source for electric vehicles is on the increase, as evidenced by attendance last week at the California Hydrogen Business Council’s annual meeting in Sacramento.
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H2 Fuel Cells: ‘Ready for Prime Time’

October 12, 2012 in Conference/Meeting, Electric Drive, Hydrogen by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

California Hydrogen Business Council in San Jose Tuesday

CHBC – the California Hydrogen Business Council – is holding its fall general meeting at the Hyatt Place hotel in downtown San Jose, Calif., this Tuesday, October 16 – part of an effort to acquaint Silicon Valley companies with the ultimate benefits of zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell transportation.
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