Hydrogen and fuel cells provide clean, reliable, and competitive heat and power, and can be configured to provide resilient power benefits, supporting critical services in case of a grid outage. The Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC) recently published a set of hydrogen and fuel cell development plans for the Northeastern states (Maine to New Jersey). These plans have been designed to increase awareness and facilitate the deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell technology for transportation and stationary applications.
In this webinar, guest speakers highlighted how the fuel cell development plans provide relevant information to help assess, plan, and initiate hydrogen and/or fuel cell projects. Participants learned how the development plans can help meet the energy, economic, and environmental goals in the region, and will hear directly from industry OEMs on how they have begun to use these documents to strengthen business growth.
– Joel Rinebold, Director of Energy Initiative, CCAT
– Jennifer Gangi, Director of Communications and Outreach, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association
– Kent McCord, Director of Marketing Strategy, Doosan Fuel Cell America
– Kevin Kinnaw, National Manager, Toyota
Slides from this webinar are available as a pdf at: http://www.cesa.org/assets/Uploads/Webinar-Slides-5.4.15.pdf
This webinar was a presentation of Clean Energy Group’s Resilient Power Project, and was hosted by Resilient Power Project Director Todd Olinsky-Paul.