Renewable hydrogen has the potential to be a vital and reliable solution for energy storage. Multiple renewable hydrogen projects are taking shape globally and these utility-led projects aim to provide reliable infrastructures, production facilities and more to highlight this zero-carbon fuel source.
Utilities play a major role in decarbonizing our transportation system. Renewable energy can be used in the electrification of battery electric vehicles (BEVs), but also to create clean fuels for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). This webinar will explore and discuss benefits and challenges with respect to utilities’ role in transportation electrification through the hydrogen and fuel cell transportation pathway.
In part two of the Forth and Renewable Hydrogen Alliance webinar series, they will cover renewable hydrogen projects taking off around the country. They will be joined by Lisa Rennie, Policy & Regulatory Affairs Senior Advisor at Tacoma Power, Catharine Reid, Marketing Manager, Ballard Power Systems Inc., and Michael McCann, P.E, Electric Generation Manager at Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB), to discuss their organizations’ efforts to bring forth real-world renewable hydrogen applications.