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Date Posted: October 10, 2019

2019 Southeast Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Symposium

Date: October 10, 2019

Location: BMW Zentrum

 
2019 Southeast Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Symposium
October 10, 2019
9 AM - 5 PM
 
BMW Zentrum
1400 SC-101
Greer, SC 29651
 
Join Palmetto Clean Fuels and the South Carolina Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Alliance for an all encompassing discussion about hydrogen and its capabilities on October 10th, 2019 from 9 AM - 5 PM. This event will bring together members of industry, utilities, academic and government researchers, and policy makers to discuss the future of hydrogen and its multifaceted uses.

Panels include:
  • Hydrogen Production, Delivery and the Grid
  • Hydrogen to Support Digital Infrastructure and Manufacturing
  • Growing and Emerging Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Markets in the Southeast 
  • Regional Consortia and Hydrogen Demand Assessment
Morning break is being graciously provided by BMW Manufacturing. Lunch will be provided and is being sponsored by South Carolina Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Alliance.
 
 
AGENDA (PDF)
 

PRESENTATIONS

Transitioning To a Regional Coalition, Ted Motyka

Reinvigorating Hydrogen in the Southeast

                The South Carolina Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Alliance, Ted Motyka

                Savannah River National Laboratory, Scott McWhorter

                DOE H2 & Fuel Cell Program & the H2@Scale Initiative, Ned Stetson          

Future of Hydrogen Production, Delivery and the Grid

                Electrolysis Enables Enhanced Electric Grid Energy Efficiency, Dave Wolff

                Load Balancing and Energy Storage, Laurel Meeks

 The Role of Hydrogen in High Temperature Thermochemical Energy Storage Application, Patrick Ward

Hydrogen to Support Digital Infrastructure and Manufacturing

 The Role of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in our Digital Infrastructure World, Ron Seftick & Catherine Hayes

  Hydrogen Economy the Good, the Bad, the Ugly: the Hope and the Opportunity, Mark Johnson

                Hydrogen Fuel Delivered, J.R. Jenkins

Growing and Emerging Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Markets in the Southeast

                Ground Support Equipment & Material Handling Equipment, John Brazer

                Hydrogen for Transportation, Nick Mittica

                LNG on the Rails. Precursor to LH2 on the Rails?, Scott Ward & Reid Larson