The Hydrogen Hub: Building a Value Chain will be the first major event where all the communities in the hydrogen hub value chains will come together in one spot to discuss how to launch a new national hydrogen economy. Leaders from transportation, industrial gas distribution, pipeline, carbon-free hydrogen production technology and renewable energy communities—communities that normally don't communicate amongst themselves in the ordinary course of events—will be on hand to share their perspectives on what is needed to form an efficient and effective value chain to commercialize clean hydrogen production and distribution.
No single community will be able to create a viable hydrogen hub project. Only through intense cooperative efforts will this be possible. This means that all the communities in the value chain will need to obtain a detailed understanding of the capabilities, challenges and needs of the other communities in the value chain in order for the industry to move forward.
The goals of the Summit are to provide an opportunity to initiate profound conversations between various communities in the value chain and to provide a powerful venue where these communities can fully understand how to build links within the value chain that are necessary to make hydrogen hubs a reality. The Summit will provide a unique forum where each of the communities will discuss their activities in getting prepared to support clean hydrogen production, distribution and end-use; outline the key technical, organizational, economic and financial challenges they face and then identify the types of relationships with others that need to be established in order for them to truly support their role in the value chain.
The Summit will also provide a rich opportunity for offline discussions, where everyone will have the chance to meet other groups from the value chain and to establish ongoing relationships, and thus serve as a springboard for more profound discussions in the future.
Hear from top industry leaders and market stakeholders
Director of Engineering,
Plants and Facilities
Director, Clean Hydrogen
Director of Environmental Management
PORT OF LA
Undersecretary of Energy and Climate Solutions
MASSACHUSETTS EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY (NREL)
Director, Gas Strategy Enablement
PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
Manager, Combustion Turbine Fleet Engineering
Hydrogen Infrastructure Manager
TOYOTA MOTOR NA
Secretary Becky Keogh
ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT
Secretary Alicia J. Keyes
NEW MEXICO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
HY STOR ENERGY LP
Uuganbayar (Ugi) Otgonbaatar, Ph.D.
Director, Technology Strategy, Grants & Partnerships
Vice President, Energy Transition
Managing Director, Hydrogen
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