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NW NATURAL
May 20, 2019
220 NW Second Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

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Using low-cost wind and solar power to create climate-neutral fuels is a key to meeting climate goals. This symposium will bring together professionals from electric and gas utilities, hydrogen vehicle and electrolyzer manufacturers, power developers, clean energy advocates and policy professionals, to learn about the budding state of the industry and how to best facilitate its development.
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Confirmed Speakers:
Madhav Acharya, ARPA-E
Michel Archambault, Hydrogenics
Shanna Brownstein, NW Natural
Arnab Chatterjee, Shell Hydrogen
Kirt Conrad, SARTA
Angus Duncan, Oregon Global Warming Commission
Steve Jones, ITM Power
Chris Kretz, Air Products
Jaimie Levin, Center for Transportation and the Environment
Keith Malone, California Fuel Cell Partnership
Duccio Manetti, BH a GE Company

Nicolas Pocard, Ballard Power Systems
Steve Szymanski, Proton Onsite/Nel Hydrogen
Mark Thompson, Sanger Law
Kees Van Der Leun, Navigant
David White, Columbia HyFuel


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AGENDA
7:00     Registration

Light refreshments and networking
8:00     Welcome and Introduction
Introductory remarks from host NW Natural and Oregon Global Warming Commission.
8:30      Technologies, Costs
and Cost Projections 
Panelists to include electrolyzer manufacturers and others involved in creating clean fuels using renewable electricity.
10:15     Break
10:30     Clean Fuels Markets
Corporate providers and purchasers of clean fuels to discuss the value of clean fuels and getting them to market.
12:00     Lunch (provided)
Invited speaker on the role of power-to-fuels in meeting global climate goals.
1:00     Transportation
Focus on fuel cell electric vehicles: passenger vehicles, trucks, buses, and trains.
2:30     Break
2:45     Policy Challenges and Opportunities
Current challenges and upcoming opportunities for getting policy support for renewable power-to-fuels.
5:00     Networking Session (light refreshments)
Opportunity to connect with other professionals in a fast-growing industry.

 
Cost & Registration:
Online Tickets Link
Call us at: 503-545-8172
Email us at:

k.dragoon@RenewableH2.org
Online:www.RenewableH2.org
Mail the registration form on the left.
Cost: $100 RHA members
         $200
non member
Limited number of student and comp tickets available.
 

Registration is complete when we receive payment or agree to later payment.
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