Hydrogen  and Fuel Cells in Ports and Shipping Workshop: SUMMARY

The California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) is  hosting a two-day workshop to discuss the current hydrogen and fuel cell activities in ports and maritime, hear the needs and challenges from port and maritime customers (port authorities, terminal operators) of California Ports to reduce their emission footprint and meet California state air quality requirements. This workshop will be the follow up to the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Ports Workshop 2017, held at the California Maritime Academy in November and the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Ports Briefing, held at Banning’s Landing in Los Angeles last December 2017. At this year’s workshop, there will be updates from last year with presentations from ports authorities, terminal operators,  hydrogen and fuel cell technology providers, and State funding agencies. The results will be compiled in a workshop report. 

Day 1 Topics

  • Welcome, Introductory Remarks and Overview
  • Opening Keynote Importance of the Role of Hydrogen in Ports & Shipping
  • Keynote Current and Future Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Activities in Shipping
  • Voice of the Customer: Opportunities and Constraints for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in Shipping
  • Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Solutions for Shipping
  • Keynote  Safety Regulations, Codes and Standards for Hydrogen in the Shipping Environment
  • Closing Remarks for the day
  • Happy Hour Networking

Day 2 Topics

  • Check-In & Breakfast Networking
  • Day 1 Recap Hydrogen in Shipping
  • Opening Keynote Green Port of the Future
  • Keynote Current Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Activities in Ports
  • Voice of the Customer: Opportunities and Constraints for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in Port Applications
  • Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Solutions for Ports
  • Keynote - Commercializing Hydrogen Technology in the Ports
  • Port Community Impact Panel
  • Morning Recap - Audience Discussion
  • Safety Regulations, Codes and Standards for Hydrogen in the Ports Environment Panel
  • Opportunities and Barriers to Hydrogen Infrastructure in Ports
  • Government Programs and Funding Opportunities for Hydrogen Projects in Ports and Maritime
  • Final Remarks The Case for Hydrogen in Ports and Maritime
  • Open Discussion, Outcomes and 2019 Action Items

Location Information

  • Banning's Landing Community Center
  • 100 E. Water St., Wilmington, CA, 90744 US

Registrant Information




  • Late/Onsite Rate begins 10/4

  • Late/Onsite Rate begins 10/4

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