BC Renewable Technology Webinar Series: The Decade of Hydrogen? Exploring Pathways to Decarbonization and BC’s Competitive Advantage

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The Decade of Hydrogen? Exploring Pathways to Decarbonization and BC’s Competitive Advantage

March 2 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Clean Energy BC is hosting its second Renewable Technology Series this year, with timely discussions on key technologies, markets and policies that shape the growth of clean energy in BC.

Based on a survey of our members, we’re offering virtual sessions on hydrogen, BC and Canada energy and climate policy updates, storage and batteries, and grid modernization. First up is an overview of hydrogen in BC with guests John Dalton, President of Power Advisory and Matthew Klippenstein, Regional Manager, Western Canada of Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) and Hydrogen BC (HyBC).

Hydrogen has potential for extensive use as a source of clean fuel and as an industrial feedstock, and BC is well-positioned to play an important role in this emerging market. As cost structures and climate action drive more attention by governments and industry on clean energy solutions, the benefits of hydrogen in our energy system are becoming more apparent.

At the same time, hydrogen development faces challenges of getting to scale, and the roles of low emission hydrogen (from various sources) in our future energy system are not well-defined.

John and Matthew will discuss the current state of hydrogen development, the opportunities and challenges, and BC’s unique opportunity to position itself as a major supplier of hydrogen in key international markets.

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Speakers

Matthew Klippenstein P.Eng. is Regional Manager, Western Canada, for the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association. His role is to help scale these technologies to assist with climate efforts in Canada and abroad.

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His professional experience includes fuel cells (from R&D through manufacturing scale-up and equipment commissioning) and renewables consulting, and he administered and led outreach for the Province’s pioneering EV infrastructure rebates for apartments and workplaces. He hopes to help hydrogen create vigorous demand for renewables development across all regions of the Province, years ahead of published projections.

John Dalton is President of Power Advisory, an energy sector-focused consulting firm. He offers over 30-years of experience in energy market analysis, power procurement, and policy analysis and development.

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He’s currently advising a client on alternative markets including hydrogen and ammonia for a proposed major BC electricity generating project.  He appeared on behalf of Clean Energy BC and CanWEA on competitive renewable energy alternatives as part of the BC Utilities Commission’s Inquiry Respecting Site C.  John is the chair of the Business Network for Offshore Wind’s Generation and Transmission Working Group.

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