- July 8, 2020
- Posted by: pthompson
- Category: News, Reports on Workshops, Webinars, and Briefings
The CHBC convened its seventh California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit from March 5-6, 2020. This Summit saw 230 government officials, industry experts, academia, and other thought leaders from across California and the nation exchange ideas on how hydrogen technologies can enable the State of California’s ambitious climate, clean energy, equity, resilience, and air quality goals. The central takeaway was clear: For this promise to become a reality, all stakeholders will need to embrace a new paradigm, as California has done through pioneering the first generation of renewable, zero emission technologies.
The CHBC is pleased to release the 2020 California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit Report, which was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has caused major disruptions around the globe. The Summit Roundtables addressed the following issues: Projects; Scale and Costs; Risk Reduction and Financeability; Education; Battery – Fuel Cell Policy Parity; Power Generation; Ports; and California Leadership