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Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Pathways to Clean Cities: A Stakeholder – Government Engagement

Berkeley, California, USA | 20 May 2016


Cities and large metropolitan areas are on the front lines of deploying integrated, scalable technologies that support the transition to sustainable transportation and energy systems. This event brings together leading industry, academic and civil society organizations with government representatives working to increase the adoption and integration of clean transportation and energy systems. The focus was on highlighting the policy, regulatory, and market drivers for this change; the strategies adopted by cities and utilities, including the use of fuel cells and hydrogen technologies, and the actions needed to support further deployment to meet sustainability objectives.

Keynote Address:
SESSION 1: Clean Transportation and Energy Objectives
SESSION 2: Policy Actions for Industry and Government
SESSION 3: Integrating Energy System
SESSION 4: Meeting Clean Transportation Objectives
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