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Live Presentation: Lightening in a Bottle – Greening Hydrogen

March 30, 2021 @ 7:00 pm 8:30 pm

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Alison Hawkins

Hydrogen has shown significant promise as a green fuel to replace fossil fuels, but it has also been controversial in the less environmentally-friendly ways it has been manufactured. Alison Hawkins, Air Products H2fM Americas Commercial Development Manager, shares new production methods in development and the potential end markets for “zero carbon“ transportation (auto/ bus/ truck/ rail/ air/ sea) that can help make Hydrogen a more truly clean fuel. Join us for an enlightening presentation!

From her role in the front lines of the hydrogen economy, Alison will share exciting trends in decarbonization using hydrogen, including development of Low or No Carbon sources of Hydrogen and End markets for the use of H2 as a fuel.  She will also discuss regulatory frameworks advancing the use of Zero Emission vehicles in the U.S. and technology challenges that must be overcome to enable deeper adoption of hydrogen fuel cell technology.

Alison Hawkins is the Commercial Development Manager for the Hydrogen for Mobility business of Air Products in the Americas. Her responsibilities include management of the H2fM Americas business development team, growing the business through strategic investments in Green/ Low Carbon H2 and developing end customer relationships. End markets for low carbon hydrogen include the transportation segment, power/ utilities, data centers and decarbonization within industrial uses.

To learn more about the role of hydrogen in decarbonizing our economy, read about the hydrogen road map. Production and use of hydrogen in our economy is depicted in this chart .

Don Bucci demonstrating a hydrogen fuel cell prototype car at the 2011 MAREA Pennsylvania Renewable Energy Festival
A Callifornia Hydrogen fuel cell bus courtesy of California Fuel Cell Partnership
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