Building on Canada’s diverse talent, valuable energy reserves and current infrastructure, experts will analyze the current challenges the industry is facing, policy and regulation causing roadblocks and the public’s lack of awareness of hydrogen to develop the solutions needed to transform Canada’s energy sector.
The pathway to net-zero emissions by 2050 requires substantially wider hydrogen use in existing applications and an update of hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuels for new uses in heavy industry, heavy-duty road transport, shipping and aviation.
Canada has emerged as a global leader in carbon capture and storage (according to a report by Wood Mackenzie), both in technology development and in public and private investments in large-scale CCS projects.
Fuel Cells can be used a wide variety of applications, providing power across multiple sectors including transportation, industrial/commercial/residential buildings, and long-term energy storage.
The Canadian Hydrogen Convention will feature exhibitors showcasing innovations making an impact on cost, performance and durability in fuel cell design, development and manufacturing.