April 1 + 2, 2020
Vancouver Convention Centre, Canada

Detailed Conference Program

Workshops
Topic Tables
Plenary Sessions
Parallel Sessions
Speaker's Corner

Opening Plenary

Apr 01, 09:00–10:30

09:00–09:05
Welcome note

Coffee Break

Apr 01, 10:30–11:00

Canadian Plenary

Apr 01, 11:00–12:30

Lunch Break

Apr 01, 12:30–13:30

Speakers Corner

Apr 01, 13:30–14:00

Buses and Rail

Apr 01, 14:00–15:30

Session Chair: Dr. Dmitri Bessarabov

North-West University, DST Hydrogen Infrastructure Center of Competence, South Africa

Summary:

Urban transit is a leading market for hydrogen energy. Hear results from the latest city bus and light rail projects. Learn about the challenges and benefits of incorporating FCEV in a modern urban transit plan.

09:00–09:05
Welcome note

Production of Hydrogen/Decarbonization

Apr 01, 14:00–15:30

Summary:

The hydrogen economy requires low-cost, low-carbon hydrogen produced from many energy sources. Canada is leading the way with elelctrolytic hydrogen from renewable power and with low-carbon hydrogen from fosssil fuels coupled with carbon capture & sequetration. Learn how major companies are leading this effort and about the newest technologies that willl cut costs and ramp volumes

Research I - Fuel Cell Research in Canada

Apr 01, 14:00–15:30

Coffee Break

Apr 01, 15:30–16:00

Research II - Fuel Cell Research in Canada

Apr 01, 16:00–17:30

f-cell+HFC Snapshots & Elevator Pitches

Apr 01, 16:00–17:30

Evening Event

Apr 01, 18:30–23:00

Large-scale Hydrogen for Energy

Apr 02, 09:00–10:30

Summary:

Demand will grow worldwide for low-carbon hydrogen: the heating and transporation fuel of the future. Learn what countries and regions recognize the economic opportunity and are rushing to position themselves as low-cost suppliers to this global market. Find out how and what sectors will converge to make this happen.

Coffee Break

Apr 02, 10:30–11:00

Country Plenary

Apr 02, 11:00–12:30

Lunch Break

Apr 02, 12:30–13:30

Speakers Corner

Apr 02, 13:30–14:00

Medium and Heavy Duty Trucks

Apr 02, 14:00–15:30

Summary:

Canadian companies are helping OEMs at home and abroad to incorporate hydrogen and fuel cell technology in heavy duty vehicles. Who is succeeding? What challlenges do they face? Who is the competition? Learn about the latest projects and results and find out who is winning this race.

Refinery/Mining

Apr 02, 14:00–15:30

Summary:

Canada has a leading resource extraction sector (minimg, oil & gas). How are these industries incorporating low-carbon hydrogen to reduce their carbon footprint? Hear the latest developments in material handling, processing and heating with low-carbon hydrogen.

Research III - Fuel Cell Research in the world

Apr 02, 14:00–15:30

Coffee Break

Apr 02, 15:30–16:00

Hot Products

Apr 02, 16:00–17:30

Summary:

Over the coming decade, dozens of OEMs will need to launch commercial hydrogen and fuel cell products: cars, buses, trucks, HFS and many more. The time for science projects is over - we need functional products that perform. Who has a jump on the pack. What is the latest sleek commercail product that customers can buy today or in the near future?

Infrastructure

Apr 02, 16:00–17:30

Summary:

How do we connect low-cost, low-carbon hydrogen with the growing list of hydrogen energy applications? That takes infrastructure. See how liquid transporation, pipelines, on-site production and fueling stations will ensure that the deployment of hydrogen applications is not held back by the availability of low-cost, low-carbon hydrogen.

Research IV - Hydrogen Research in the world

Apr 02, 16:00–17:30

Farewell drink

Apr 02, 17:30–18:00