Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - Wednesday, October 17, 2018

California Fuel Cell Revolution – Activating the California Market

9:00AM–5:00PM PDT
(Open to public) In-person only


California Lottery Headquarters – Pavilion
700 North 10th Street, Sacramento, Ca 95811

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AGENDA:

9:00am–9:10am
Dr. Mohrdieck, CaFCP Chair

 
1. Welcome and opening remarks
Welcome comments and recognition of new board members

 
9:10am–10:00am
Daimler, M Forrest
CaFCP, B Elrick

2. CaFCP’s 2030 Vision and Strategies
In July, CaFCP released The California Fuel Cell Revolution, the vision and strategies to transition California’s early-market launch success into a self-sustaining market. Executive Board members will identify consensus priorities and initiate CaFCP member-led teams to create a three-year plan for CaFCP to achieve the first milestones in the 2030 vision of 1,000 stations and 1 million vehicles.
 

10:00am–10:30am BREAK
 
10:30am–12:00pm

3. Activating the Market
The right mix of a supportive policy environment and private investment can lead to scale, cost reductions, and a self-sustaining market. Speakers will highlight actions to build market confidence and expand private investments for large-scale deployment, and the Board will determine priorities and milestones for the CaFCP planning team going forward.

 

12:00pm–1:00pm LUNCH
 
1:00pm–2:00pm

4. Large-scale Hydrogen Production
The Revolution outlines the need to have hydrogen infrastructure lead vehicle deployment, including dedicated hydrogen production for transportation use. Market-based mechanisms that reward renewable hydrogen production and enable grid and utility asset integration can hasten scale and increase value to transportation and energy markets. As speakers identify opportunities and challenges the Board will provide guidance on CaFCP priorities and action.

 

2:00pm–3:00pm 5. Hydrogen Network Buildout
The timing, placement and capabilities of hydrogen stations for light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles is essential to build and maintain consumer demand. Developers and funders need to create a compelling value proposition to buyers while building out the network as efficiently and effectively as possible. Speakers will talk about lessons learned from the current network and what more is needed to create a compelling value proposition while achieving the milestones and goals found in the Revolution document.

 
3:00pm–3:30pm BREAK
 
3:30pm–4:15pm
CaFCP Executive Board members

6. Three-Year CaFCP Program Plan
Since its inception in 1999, CaFCP has worked on an annual program plan and budget. The Steering Team proposes moving to a three-year plan to better accomplish the 2030 vision. The Board will discuss and decide the merits of a three-year program plan and budget to achieve the first milestones of the 2030 vision.
 

4:15pm-4:45pm
B Elrick, Executive Director
7. CaFCP Executive Board Business Meeting
4:45pm-5:00pm
Dr. Mohrdieck, CaFCP Chair
8. Closing remarks
 
 

* Public comment period: The public comment period provides an opportunity for members of the public to address the CaFCP Executive Board on subjects related to the mission and activities 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 October 12, 2018. 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 CaFCP’s activities 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 the antitrust laws. To the extent possible, the Members of the CaFCP 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 in April 2000 (“Antitrust Guidelines”). The Antitrust Guidelines are available for reference on the CaFCP’s Member resources website. The Antitrust Guidelines will be referenced in advance of CaFCP meetings.