Wed, Mar 20|
H2Hub Summit: Meet the Winners
Get your ticket for $30 and dive into the future of clean energy with the H2Hub Summit hosted by HYSKY Society. This groundbreaking event unites the seven DOE-selected Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs, each showcasing their pioneering hydrogen initiatives.
Time & Location
Mar 20, 2024, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM CDT
About the event
The H2Hub Summit, orchestrated by HYSKY Society, brings into limelight the seven DOE-anointed Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs, earmarked with a $7 billion federal endorsement to accelerate the commercial-scale deployment of clean hydrogen and curb its cost.
Through the lens of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), these hubs are the vanguards of a burgeoning national network of hydrogen producers and consumers, each encapsulating a spectrum of hydrogen production, storage, delivery, and end-use dynamics, geared to decarbonize pivotal sectors like refining, chemicals, and heavy-duty transport.
The Summit unfolds a narrative where clean hydrogen is a linchpin in mitigating emissions from industrial sectors constituting 30 percent of total U.S. carbon emissions. It's a venture into a realm where hydrogen acts both as a fuel and a conduit for long-duration energy storage in the power sector.
As we traverse through the diverse regional approaches—from the Appalachian's blue hydrogen to California's renewable-centric strategy—the multifaceted potential of hydrogen unravels. The Summit serves as a confluence of policymakers, industry stalwarts, and innovators, fostering a discourse that shapes the trajectory towards a robust hydrogen economy.
Join us in this seminal event as we delve into the heart of regional collaborations steering the U.S. towards a hydrogen-powered epoch. The H2Hub Summit is not merely an event; it's a narrative in the making, a stride towards a sustainable, hydrogen-fueled future. Register now and be a part of the conversation that shapes the hydrogen horizon.
Welcome Address by Danielle McLean, CEO of HYSKY Society
Presentation by Appalachian Hydrogen Hub