Driving forward the hydrogen economy in North America: Top players discuss strategies in the 2nd Hydrogen Industrial Series 2023

Source: press release, 22 December 2022

illustration: WISDOM
illustration: WISDOM

Key industry stakeholders in the entire hydrogen and fuel cells value chain will gather in Houston, TX, on March 1-2, 2023, for the 2nd Hydrogen Industrial Series 2023. The event will focus on seizing opportunities emerging from hydrogen integration in the energy transition.

Hydrogen has been talked about for decades, but only recently, things have appeared to be accelerating, as investments and government support are growing, and hydrogen technology is ready to scale up further.

Hydrogen will play a crucial role in meeting the net-zero target by the year 2050, as it could help decarbonisation efforts in several sectors, particularly important in sectors that are hard to electrify and where greenhouse gas emissions are difficult to abate. However, there are regulatory issues to address before hydrogen can play a more prominent role in domestic industries.

2nd Hydrogen Industrial Series 2023 – North America will delve deep to uncover the potential for hydrogen across North America. On 1st and 2nd March 2023, the key industry stakeholders in the entire hydrogen and fuel cells value chain will discuss the role of hydrogen in the energy transition, hear the latest advancements in its production, distribution and storage, and at the same time showcase the best practices and models to recognise and seize the opportunities to generate new revenue and stay ahead of the competition.

Key topics

Hydrogen production, storage, and infrastructure development

  • New Fuels Building a Clean Hydrogen Economy
  • The Role of Hydrogen in the Energy Transition
  • What is the Future of Transportation?
  • The Role of Distributed Energy
  • Hydrogen Value Chain Analysis

Fuel cell design, development, and manufacturing

  • Designing for Energy Efficiency and Decarbonisation
  • Investing in Sustainability and Financing the Future
  • Addressing the Barriers to Decarbonisation in Existing Commercial Buildings
  • Pathway to Decarbonisation in the Industrial Sector

Carbon capture, utilisation and storage

  • Leveraging Technologies to Diversify Energy Mix and Meet Decarbonisation Goals
  • Emerging Energy Storage Solutions
  • Clean Hydrogen Latest Trends & Projects

More information is available at h2northamerica.com.