Maximising commercial opportunities and partnerships in the hydrogen & fuel cells industry
ACI’s US Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Energy Summit will be taking place in Boston, Massachusetts on the 10th-11th July 2019. The two day event will bring together key industry stakeholders from all facets of the hydrogen industry to discuss the required economical and infrastructural innovations for a sustainable future energy carrier. With incredible advances recently in hydrogen it is the best time to explore this booming industry. Join us in Boston to hear about the latest innovations, the state of investment and the upcoming economic opportunities.
This conference invites experts and senior executives across the whole Hydrogen and fuel cells industry value chain interested in meeting potential partners, create business opportunities and gaining knowledge on the latest advancements to aid growth in markets.
Representatives from hydrogen producers and suppliers, fuel cell companies, automotive OEMs, hydrogen storage companies, technology providers, component manufacturers & industrial end-users, financial stakeholders and investors, service providers, government officials & regulators, sustainability mobility technology providers and others will come to discuss perspectives & market opportunities for the hydrogen & fuel cells market.
- Charlie Myers, Director, Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition
- Joel Rinebold, Director for Energy Initiative, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology
- Ken Dragoon, Executive Director, Renewable Hydrogen Alliance
- Michael Peters, Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Ted Moryto, Director of Energy Innovations, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
- Keith D. Patch, Principal – Energy Technology & Business Consulting
Key topics Include:
- Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Market Overview
- Assessing the Long-Term Implications of Government Subsidised Infrastructure Development
- Encouraging Large Scale H2 Production
- Collaboration between Utilities & OEM’s to Address the Technological Challenges
- Debating the Transportation of Renewable Energy
- Developing Liquid Organic H2 Carrier Technology
- Adapting Charging Station Build-Out for HDV’s
- Refueling Station Component Reliability
- Maximising Renewable Energy Capabilities with Energy Storage
- Sustainable Alternatives to Steam Methane Reforming
- A Roadmap to Achieving State-wide Carbon Neutrality
- Decarbonising Shipping & Port Operations