Hydrogen Business Council Conference: Implementing the Hydrogen Economy

  • 17 Nov 2022
  • 9:00 AM
  • 18 Nov 2022
  • 5:00 PM

HBC Conference:

Implementing the Hydrogen Economy

Policies, Programs and Projects Being Developed and Deployed Across Canada

The Hydrogen Business Council is pleased to host the eighth of its successful hydrogen conference (virtual) events planned for Nov. 17 & 18, 2022. The conference theme is "Implementing the Hydrogen Economy 2022” and has three major missions: 1) raise awareness of clean hydrogen applications as part of a broader effort to reduce carbon emissions and address climate change 2) create an emergent self-sustaining Canadian community of clean hydrogen producers, product suppliers, project developers, system integrators, end users and supporting infrastructure and 3) channel programs being put in place by all levels of government to encourage, assist and de-risk projects championed by early mover organizations. 

Opening welcome and remarks from HBC Executive Director Robert Stasko “Why Hydrogen Why Now?”

Keynote 1 Ontario Minister of Energy Todd Smith “Reducing C02 Emissions & Hydrogen’s Role”

Keynote 2 Robby Sohi, VP & COO of IESO “Ontario Electricity Grid & Role for Electrolyzers ”

Keynote 3) Ivette Vera Perez, CEO of the CHFCA Moderates the Pan Canadian Panel - Who is doing What with Hydrogen across Canada (BC, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Provinces) 

Building out Hydrogen Hubs, Fueling Infrastructure for industry & transportation that connects to users. 

How will hydrogen be produced?  Blue and Green sources plus Nuclear, and pyrolysis of waste streams.   

The Business Case for Hydrogen as 'clean' Transportation Fuel derived from low emission Electricity

Hydrogen Bus and Truck Fleets, what products are available and which companies & agencies are leaders

Hydrail - Global Status and Highlights, the CP Rail exploration of Hydrogen Electric Locomotives and Trains

Mechanisms for Developing and Financing Hydrogen Production Projects - and enlisting end users

Hydrogen general discussions, networking sessions and ‘key announcement’ sessions are part of the program

There are many more speakers and session themes in our conference program (see link below):

REGISTER HERE: Implementing The Hydrogen Economy pheedloop.com

Conference Fee:

Regular Registration Rate for two full days of sessions: $98

Student Registration Rate: $25 CND 

For More Information Please Contact:

Robert Stasko, P.Eng.

President, Science Concepts International

Executive Director, Hydrogen Business Counci


(416) 948-7363

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