Tuesday, April 25, 2017 - Tuesday, April 25, 2017

April 25th Public Forum Agenda
Accelerating Commercialization in California

In-Person only

UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center – Legacy Room
425 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095
(“Legacy” meeting room located on the second level in the south wing.)




CaFCP Chair, C Parker
CaFCP Exec Director, B Elrick
1. Welcome and opening remarks
CaFCP is crafting the vision for market acceleration of FCEVs and hydrogen stations, deployment of fuel cell electric buses, and introduction of fuel cell electric trucks. Today’s meeting will help guide the direction of the next CaFCP roadmap.

Progress (GO-Biz)

2. 100 stations and Beyond
California has a milestone of 100 stations that will be co-funded through the CEC ARFVTP, and 65 stations are currently funded. After a review of where we are today and the next short-term goals and an overview of the common image of early market success, we’ll discuss building upon lessons learned and mechanisms that may be most useful for reaching a sustainable market.

100 Stations and Beyond

10:30am–11:00am BREAK
Renewable H2 (UC Irvine)
H2@Scale (NREL)
Grid integration (Nel)

3. Opportunities for Renewable Hydrogen
Renewable hydrogen plays an important role in mobile and stationary applications, and supporting the electrical grid. Leveraging these other markets may help increase the amount of renewable hydrogen in the transporation system. After learning about the market factors and opportunities for renewable H2 in other applications, we’ll discuss how hydrogen stations might benefit.

Renewable Hydrogen
Hydrogen Grid Integration


12:00pm–1:00pm LUNCH (on own)
Europe (Intelligent Energy)
Japan (HySUT)
H2USA (General Motors)
H2 Mobility (Daimler)
H2 Council (Air Liquide)

4. Perspectives on Commercialization
Commercial rollout is occurring across the globe, and each region is developing a slightly different approach to deployment. We’ll take a close look at the different approaches and talk about how they can help the globablization of hydrogen, and which ideas and experiences California can use to accelerate deployment.


H2 Mobility
Hydrogen Council

3:00pm–3:30pm BREAK
CaFCP, B Elrick

5. Executive Board Business Meeting

CaFCP Chair, C Parker
6. Meeting Wrap up

* Public comment period: The public comment period provides an opportunity for members of the public to address the executive board on subject matters within the interest of CaFCP. Each person will be allowed a maximum of three minutes to ensure that everyone has a chance to speak.

Agenda items may be taken out of order and times may vary from those listed in the agenda. The board may choose to limit public comment at the chair’s discretion.

This meeting is open to the public and will not be available by phone. This facility is accessible to persons with disabilities. Deadline for requesting ADA modification is April 12, 2017. Meeting materials will be posted at www.cafcp.org.

Antitrust Guidelines
It is the express intent of the CaFCP and its members that none of the organization’s activities will violate or be in conflict with any federal, state or local antitrust law, rule or policy (collectively, the antitrust laws). Each member will conduct its affairs in conformity with this intent. Each member is aware that there are significant civil and criminal penalties for violating antitrust laws. To the extent possible, the CaFCP and the members will act in a manner substantially in compliance with the policy entitled “Antitrust Guidelines for Collaboration Among Competitors” issued by the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice and dated April 2000. This document is available for reference on CaFCP’s member resources website.


Event Location:
UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center - Legacy Room
425 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles , CA 90095
United States
California US