Webinar: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Ports

This exclusive CHBC webinar will take place on March 2, at 10 AM PT. The purpose of this webinar is to recap the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Ports Workshop held on November 10, 2016 at the Port of Los Angeles, present the findings of the Ports Workshop Report and discuss next steps. The webinar will provide information on the status of current hydrogen and fuel cell port and freight solutions, as well as review the learned needs and challenges of California Ports to reduce their emission footprint and meet California State air quality requirements.

This exclusive CHBC webinar will take place on March 2, at 10 AM PT. The purpose of this webinar is to discuss the next steps and recap the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Ports Workshop held on November 10, 2016 at the Port of Los Angeles.

The webinar will provide information on the status of current hydrogen and fuel cell port and freight solutions, as well as review the learned needs and challenges of California Ports to reduce their emission footprint and meet California State air quality requirements. The webinar will feature presentations of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Ports Workshop report, perspectives and next steps from ports and industry representatives, and concluding with a Q&A session.

Speakers

Rick Cameron

Mr. Cameron is Managing Director at the Port of Long Beach and he oversees the Planning and Environmental Affairs Bureau that includes Environmental Planning, Master Planning and Transportation Planning. Mr. Cameron has a bachelor’s degree in urban and regional planning from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He is a resident of Manhattan Beach.

Ryan Sookhoo

Ryan Sookhoo is the Director New Initiatives at Hydrogenics Corporation. He joined Hydrogenics in 2006 as Project Manager for PEM fuel cell development and commercialization. In his current role, Ryan is involved in the early stages of new technology adaptation. Ryan holds a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering and believes that passion, innovation and focus are crucial to success.

Dr. Abas Goodarzi

Dr. Goodarzi is the founder and President of US Hybrid Corporation and US FuelCell as well as President of Magmotor Technologies. Goodarzi uses his thirty years of EV and HEV experience to direct technology and product development at US Hybrid and US FuelCell with a focus on fuel cell engine systems in addition to electric and hybrid powertrain design and manufacturing for medium, heavy duty, and military vehicles.

Cory Shumaker

Cory Shumaker is CHBC's Project Coordinator, and brings his experience with zero emission heavy duty vehicles to provide insight on behalf of stakeholders. Cory has previously worked for Vision Industries Corporation and has received his Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering at California State University-Long Beach, and received his MBA in International Business & Entrepreneurship at Loyola Marymount University.

Emanuel Wagner Moderator

Since 2012, Emanuel Wagner is Assistant Director of the California Hydrogen Business Council and manages the day-to-day operations of the organization, plans and executes events; coordinates program planning and budget development with the board, management, and members; oversees membership development; manages board communications; committees and stakeholder relations.

March 2nd, 2017 10:00 AM   through   11:00 AM
Online Event
United States
Phone: (310)455-6095
Email:
CHBC Members $ 0.00
Non-members $ 50.00
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Agenda:

  1. Welcome 
  2. Overview of Workshop and Report Highlights
  3. Ports Perspective & Next Steps
  4. Industry Perspective & Next Steps
  5. Discussion/Q&A

Registration for the webinar is is $50 for non-members and free for CHBC members and those who attended the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Ports Workshop. Consider becoming a member today >>

Register for the webinar here as a non-member >>

For webinar content-related questions, email Cory Shumaker or call (310) 598-9383. For registration-related questions, email Vera Medici or call (310) 455-6095 x322.

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