Key Government and Business Executive Speakers for California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit Announced

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

 
Key Government and Business Executive Speakers for California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit Announced

 

October 15-16, 2014 | California Environmental Protection Agency | Sacramento, CA

 

Early Bird Rates Apply Until 8/30

Don't miss the chance to hear from this impressive array of senior officials and industry executives providing their vision of the role of hydrogen and fuel cells in California and U.S. energy plans, along with laying out their plans for continued commercialization of the technology.

 

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr. Robert Weisenmiller, Chair, California Energy Commission
  • Wade Crowfoot, Deputy Director, Governor's Office of Planning and Research
  • Tyson Eckerle, Zero Emissions Vehicle Infrastructure Project Manager, California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development
  • Dr. Joseph Lyou, Governing Board Member at South Coast Air Quality Management District & President and CEO of the Coalition for Clean Air 
  • Catherine Dunwoody, Chief, Fuel Cell Programs, California Air Resources Board
  • Prof. Scott Samuelsen, Director, National Fuel Cell Research Center
  • Dr. Andreas Truckenbrodt, Chairman, Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
  • Joel Rinebold, Director, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology
  • Lauren Skiver, General Manager, Sunline Transit
  • David Armijo, General Manager, AC Transit
  • Larry Stapleton, Vice President of Sales, Ballard Power Systems
  • Vladimir Prerad, CEO, United Hydrogen
  • Rob Friedland, President and CEO, Proton OnSite
  • Pinakin Patel, Director, Research and Special Systems, FuelCell Energy

This two-day California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit will highlight recent progress on the ongoing rollout of the first generation commercial fuel cell electric vehicles, national and state developments such as H2First and H2USA, environmental benefits of hydrogen and fuel cell technology, biogas to hydrogen, clean ports, DOD activities, hydrogen energy storage and Power2Gas.

 

Private businesses, academia, and public government agencies will be able to explore the transformational potential of hydrogen and fuel cells through intelligent dialogue and thought-provoking sessions designed to get to the heart of issues and encourage development of new solutions.

 

Seats and sponsorship opportunities for this event are limited. Save on regular registration rates by signing up today and gain recognition as a sponsor: www.californiahydrogensummit.com

 

Early Bird registration closes August 30. Register today >>   

   

About the Venue 

 

The Summit will be held in the Byron Sher Auditorium of the Cal/EPA Headquarters Building.

In December 1999, California Construction Link magazine awarded the new Cal/EPA building "Best of 1999 Awards--Outstanding Engineering." The award was for "innovation in air handling, window placement, and recycling, resulting in a 25-story office tower with significant energy savings over California's stringent energy codes."

Location
The building is located in downtown Sacramento at the corner of 10th and I streets. There are many transportation options to this location.

California Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters 

1001 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Tel: +1 916-323-2514 

Hotel Options

 

There are several hotels within a short distance of the CAL/EPA building (10th and I Streets).

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