Update Stakeholder Forum 2020: New date and location
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25 - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26. Fortes will be hosting the Hydrogen & P2K Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Through implementation of EU Green Deal Europe strives to become the first climate-neutral continent by the 2050. Climate change and environmental degradation are an existential threat to all of us. The need to decarbonize the power generation, mobility and heat energy markets in the face of the rapidly evolving climate reality leads the green transition.
DOE - H2IQ Hour: Integrating hydrogen tech and the grid to enable efficient and stable energy systems
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 AT 9:00AM PT. Join the H2IQ Hour on November 24, 2020, at 12 p.m. ET, to learn about activities at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to evaluate, test, and validate the integration of hydrogen production technologies and the electrical grid.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2020 FROM 8:30AM - 2:00PM PST. The Green Hydrogen Coalition, in collaboration with the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) and the Western Interstate Energy Board (WIEB), is proud to present its 2nd Annual convening, bringing together policymakers, hydrogen offtakers, industry leaders, utilities, investors, developers, and NGO’s to accelerate progress for green hydrogen market and infrastructure development in the Western United States and beyond.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 7:00AM PT. David Wenger, Founder of Wenger Engineering GmbH and Mission Hydrogen GmbH, will present some interesting facts about hydrogen and why the world will need it. With more than 16 years of experience and 250 worldwide hydrogen projects, David is considered one of the leading experts especially for hydrogen infrastructure. He will explain some basics, but also some rather unknown facts about the energy transition, about hydrogen as an energy carrier and why the time for hydrogen is now.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 AT 5:00PM PT. Panelists from academia, industry and government will address questions surrounding the “hard to decarbonize" sectors of the economy, such as long-distance trucking, shipping, and air travel, as well as industrial manufacturing. They will discuss the scientific discoveries, technological innovation and policy needed to approach net-zero and eventually negative carbon emissions. This event is sponsored by the Resnick Sustainability Institute at Caltech.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH FROM 10:00AM- 12:00PM PT. California has spent more than $300 million in the past 10 years funding rebates for hydrogen cars, constructing hydrogen refueling stations, empowering cities to purchase hydrogen-powered transit buses, as well as subsidizing development of hydrogen-driven freight trucks. However, without a formalized Hydrogen Strategy, California remains behind the curve internationally in recognizing the full array of energy options necessary to meet emissions and climate goals.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12th FROM 11:00AM PT. The University of Illinois Grainger College of Engineering has partnered with Argonne National Laboratory and regional industrial partners to establish the Midwestern Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Partnership. The mission of the partnership is to advance and promote the development and adoption of hydrogen technologies to enable clean, secure, and resilient energy sources, and create economic development opportunities throughout the Midwest.
THE STORY - Is the answer to climate change the oldest and most abundant element on earth? Hydrogen. What is it and could it be the missing piece to the climate change puzzle? We take a journey around the world to find out.
EPISODE ONE: ⽣き甲斐 (IKIGAI)
(Live on 12 November)