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The State of California is moving quickly to significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources and transportation while simultaneously increasing the role of renewable energy as part of the energy generation portfolio. Key goals for California are reaching GHG emissions reduction to 1990 levels by 2020 and reduction of 80% of 1990 levels by 2050, while increasing renewable energy generation to 33% by 2020 and to 50% by 2030. Furthermore, Gov. Brown’s accelerated that commitment in his 2012 Executive Order to bring 1.5 million zero emission vehicles on the road by 2025 and more recently, his goal to reduce oil reliance of transport sector by 50% by 2030 and reducing GHG emissions by 40% over 1990 levels by 2030. Among the vast number of technology options that can help achieve these goals are energy storage, distributed generation and renewable energy generation.
Hydrogen and fuel cell technology can provide an unprecedented portfolio of solutions to achieve these goals. Renewable hydrogen for transportation and stationary power generation is emission free, silent and provides consumer experience similar to existing technology. This CHBC Summer Summit will focus on renewable hydrogen generation and renewable energy storage in the form of hydrogen.
|Full Summit (Members)||$ 139.00|
|Full Summit (Non-Member)||$ 239.00|
|Government Rate (must provide .gov email address)||$ 0.00|
|Day One (Renewables Pathways) Registration - Members||$ 99.00|
|Day One (Renewables Pathways) Registration - Non-Members||$ 139.00|
|Day Two (Hydrogen Energy Storage) Registration - Members||$ 99.00|
|Day Two (Hydrogen Energy Storage) Registration - Non-Members||$ 139.00|
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