April 1 + 2, 2020
Vancouver Convention Centre, Canada

Dr. Alejandro Adem

President

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

Canada

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Session: B - Canadian Plenary
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 1, 11:30 – 12:00 See in Program

Colin Armstrong

Colin Armstrong

President & CEO

HTEC

Canada

Biography:

Colin is a founder and board member of HTEC and has been Presiden & CEO for 5 years. He has been involved in hydrogen fuel supply and storage solutions for over 25 years.

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Role: Speaker

Session: H2 - Hydrogen Distribution Infrastructure
Presentation: A Canadian Perspective on Defining the Quality of H2 Networks
Date & Time: April 2, 16:40 – 17:00 See in Program

Dmitri Bessarabov

Dr. Dmitri Bessarabov

Director: DST National Center of Competence : Hydrogen Infrastructure (HySA Infrastructure)

North-West University, DST Hydrogen Infrastructure Center of Competence

South Africa

Biography:

The Director of HySA Infrastructure Center of Competence, Dr Dmitri Bessarabov, was recruited for the position from Canada in 2010. He obtained his Master’s degree in Chemistry in Moscow and in 1996 his doctoral degree from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Dr Dmitri Bessarabov is an expert in the area of hydrogen and electro-catalytic membrane systems for energy applications and fuel cells. Passionate about LOHC technology for hydrogen storage, PEM fuel cells, electrolysers, membranes, MEAs and catalyst layers structures. He worked for Kvaerner Group, Ballard Power Systems and AFCC (Daimler and Ford JV) in Canada. Current responsibilities include: leadership in the national hydrogen and fuel cell programme (HySA) in South Africa. He holds SA NRF rating, current Scopus H index 19. Recently co-authored a two-volume book on PEM water electrolysis.

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Role: Session Chair
Session: G2 - Refinery/Mining

Prof. Pierre Bénard

Professor

Université du Québec à Trois-Rivieres

Canada

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Role: Session Chair
Session: D2 - Research II - Fuel Cell Research in Canada

Marc Bétournay

Dr. Marc Bétournay

Principal Research Scientist

Natural Resources Canada

Canada

Biography:

24 years in ground-breaking geomechanics, rock dynamics and mine stability; 12 years advanced technology development and applications to mines. 20 years introduction of hydrogen power for mine vehicles: • Member, development team for the world’s first two hydrogen mining vehicles (loader, locomotive) • Initial open pit 350 ton haulage truck power plant architecture definition, electric platform, duty cycles • Team member, standard design of underground refueling stations for hydrogen mine production vehicles (world first) • Summary Guidelines for the Use of Hydrogen Power in Underground Mining Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (world first) • Mining portion, updated Canadian Hydrogen Installation Code (CHIC) • Member CSA M424 standard update (mine vehicles, hydrogen power) • Developer, head and project definer: • Industry consortium on proof of concept projects for hydrogen mine vehicles • Industry consortium on conventional mine hydrogen production, storage and distribution of hydrogen for mines

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Session: G2 - Refinery/Mining
Presentation: Hydrogen fuel cell power requirements for mining vehicle application in Canada
Date & Time: April 1, 14:00 – 14:20 See in Program

Mariangela Casagrande

Mariangela Casagrande

MARPOSS S.p.A.

Italy

Biography:

Mariangela Casagrande holds the position as Sales Manager at Helium Technology, a member of MARPOSS GROUP SPA, global leader in Inspection, measurement and process control solutions. A chemical engineer with Master’s degree in Genova University, Italy, with electrochemical and biotech specialization. Based on previous experience in Power and Renewable Energies, as well as sustainable bioproducts technologies, her carrier has been developed with main players in Power and Chemical Industry, from process engineering to advanced controls in production plants. Joining Marposs Group in 2016, currently involved in EV and Batteries industrial branch for solutions industrialization and market development also througth strategic partnerships, with focus on commercialization of customized solutions applied to new technologies, including hydrogen FC.

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Session: G3 - Research III - Fuel Cell Research in the world
Presentation: Leak testing solutions for PEMFC components
Date & Time: April 2, 15:00 – 15:20 See in Program

Michel Cloutier

PMP Michel Cloutier

Client Relationship Leader / Chef, Relations aux clients

National Research Council Canada

Canada

Biography:

Accomplished business leader & entrepreneur with 30+ years of private and public sector experience in sales, business development, project/program management. This includes 15 years with a global Fortune 500 company (Hewlett-Packard, 1984-2000), three years with start-ups and a VC and 15 years running the consulting company he founded in 2003 to serve both global companies and start-ups in program & project management, management consulting with a focus on enterprise commercialization efforts. Through his company he also contributed to the operational launch of InnovEE, a Quebec research funding consortium for vehicle electrification projects. Michel is currently responsbile for NRC business development efforts for research and service opportunities focused on vehicle electrification. This NRC program supports SMEs pushing innovation for hydrogen, batteries and electric motor applications. Michel holds 2 BA degrees from Laval University (Commerce, Industrial Relations).

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Role: Session Chair
Session: C3 - Research I - Fuel Cell Research in Canada

Cyril Dufau-Sansot

Cyril Dufau-Sansot

Chief Executive Officer

HY2GEN CANADA

Canada

Biography:

HY2GEN’s Co-founder, Cyril managed companies such as AREVA’s electrolyzer manufacturer, the biomass specialist WEISS or VIESSMANN industrial branch.

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Role: Speaker

Session: C2 - Production of Hydrogen / Decarbonization
Presentation: Producing and deploying 100% carbon free Green Hydrogen in greater Montreal area
Date & Time: April 1, 14:20 – 14:40 See in Program

Emerson Gallagher

Technical Director

AVL Fuel Cell Canada Inc.

Canada

Biography:

Emerson Gallagher is a Mechanical Engineer from UBC with over 21 years of experience in the fuel cell industry. He is currently the Technical Director of AVL’s Fuel Cell Canada affiliate, driving AVL’s capability to engineer fuel cell stacks for transportation applications. Prior to AVL, Emerson worked at Ballard Power Systems as an engineer and later as the manager of the Stack Engineering and Stack Test Engineering teams. His technical experience includes a range of roles from fundamental research, material development, applications engineering, cell and stack design, stack architecture development, fuel cell system power electronics, to stack/system architecture development.

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Session: C3 - Research I - Fuel Cell Research in Canada
Presentation: Panel discussion
Date & Time: April 1, 14:50 – 15:30 See in Program
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 1, 14:10 – 14:20 See in Program

Francois Girard

Dr. Francois Girard

Technical Leader, Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

National Research Council Canada

Canada

Biography:

François Girard is the Technical Leader for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies at the National Research Council Canada.

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Role: Session Chair
Session: G3 - Research III - Fuel Cell Research in the world

Nirmal Gnanapragasam

Dr. Nirmal Gnanapragasam

Senior Process and Modeling Scientist

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories

Canada

Biography:

Led the CNL team on the hydrail feasibility study that assessed the system integration of hydrogen in a sub-urban passenger rail application in Ontario. Led the refocusing efforts for hydrogen research at CNL to focus on decarbonising the transport sector and remote communities by using hydrogen and electricity. Joined CNL as a process/modeling scientist 10 years ago. Developed mathematical/simulation models for intense analysis of processes ranging from hydrogen isotope separation, heavy water production, tritium management, hydrogen recombination, hydrogen production, hydrogen energy storage, and integrated energy and logistics for systems involved in transport and grid applications. A licensed professional engineer in Ontario. Has published over 20 original research articles. Mechanical Engineer with: Bachelor of Engineering, Vellore Institute of Technology, India; Master of Science, Wayne State University, the USA; and Doctor of Philosophy, University of New Brunswick, Canada.

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Role: Session Chair
Session: H3 - Research IV - Hydrogen Research in the world

Brian Goldstein

Brian Goldstein

Executive Director

Energy Independence Now

USA

Biography:

Brian Goldstein is the Executive Director of Energy Independence Now, an environmental nonprofit whose mission is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and harmful air pollution by advancing clean hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and renewable hydrogen infrastructure for transportation, renewable energy storage and deep industrial decarbonization. With a background in finance, Brian has professional experience in the alternative fuels, renewable energy, energy efficiency, transportation technology and financial services sectors. He has served as CFO of a motorcycle design and manufacturing firm as well as CFO of a hydrogen transportation technology company, where he focused on public and private financing initiatives, infrastructure acquisitions, automotive technology development and fleet adoption of hydrogen technology. Brian has worked to develop alternative fuel distribution networks in California and Colorado. He is an Eagle Scout and has also served as a technical and financial consultant to the US Department of Energy, as well as a judge for the Clean Tech Open business plan competition and the DOE National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition. Brian graduated with a B.S. in International Business from the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, and earned his MBA with a focus on Finance and International Business at the Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business Management, where he received a Merit Scholarship.

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Session: C2 - Production of Hydrogen / Decarbonization
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 1, 14:40 – 15:00 See in Program

Ulf Groos

Ulf Groos

Head of Department Fuel Cell Systems

Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems

Germany

Biography:

Ulf Groos studied Chemical Engineering at the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg until 1996. The diploma thesis was written at the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI in Karlsruhe, where he worked until 1997. During 1998 and 1999 he was a consultant at Rudolf Spitzmueller in Gengenbach. Beginning of 2000 he came to the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE in Freiburg. There, he was responsible for marketing of today’s division Hydrogen Technologies until end of 2008. Since beginning of 2008 Ulf Groos is head of the department Fuel Cell Systems. He is in charge for around 20 engineers and scientists.

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Session: G3 - Research III - Fuel Cell Research in the world
Presentation: Interfaces and Gradients: Improving MEAs for PEMFC
Date & Time: April 2, 14:20 – 14:40 See in Program

Michael D. Guiver

Dr. Michael D. Guiver

Tianjin University

Biography:

Michael D. Guiver obtained his BSc (London University) and MSc (Carleton University) in Chemistry, and his PhD in Polymer Chemistry from Carleton University in 1988. He has been an Editor for the Journal of Membrane Science since 2009. He previously served on ACS Editorial Boards, and is currently a member on the International Advisory Board of Macromolecular Research and on the Editorial Board of Polymers. He spent most of his career at the National Research Council Canada, and left in 2014 as a principal researcher. In 2009-2013, he was a ‘World Class University’ visiting professor at the Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University, Korea. In September 2014, he relocated to Tianjin University, China as a full-time National 1000-plan Foreign Expert Professor.

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Session: G3 - Research III - Fuel Cell Research in the world
Presentation: Stable proton exchange membrane fuel cell performance imparted by metal-ligand additives
Date & Time: April 2, 14:00 – 14:20 See in Program

JR Hammond

JR Hammond

Founder and CEO

Canadian Air Mobility

Canada

Biography:

JR Hammond is the CEO and Founder of Canadian Air Mobility which specializes in creating the marketplace for ‘Hydrogen & Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing Vehicles’. Canadian Air Mobility is spearheading the efforts in organizing, strategizing and facilitating the Air Mobility ecosystem to bring the next frontier of flying vehicles to Canada. Canadian Air Mobility successfully hosted the ‘Canadian Inaugural Air Mobility Roundtable’ in their home market of Vancouver, Canada which brought the Federal, Provincial and Municipal Governments, Academia, Industry, Investors and Regulators together to launch the road-map of Air Mobility in Canada. With Vancouver’s unique geographic landscape, the existence of helicopter and floatplane operations and drive for sustainable transport modes, Canadian Air Mobility has created the marketplace for an inclusive, equitable and environmentally sound transportation system in the Passenger, Cargo and Air Services markets.

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Session: H1 - Hot Products
Presentation: Hydrogen-Powered Flying Vehicles - the next frontier in urban mobility
Date & Time: April 2, 16:40 – 17:00 See in Program

Michael Harenbrock

Dr. Michael Harenbrock

Principal Expert Electric Mobility

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Germany

Biography:

Michael Harenbrock holds the position as “Principal Expert Electric Mobility” at MANN+HUMMEL GmbH in Germany, a global leader in filtration solutions.

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Session: G3 - Research III - Fuel Cell Research in the world
Presentation: Enhancing Fuel Cell Lifetime through Contamination Control in an optimized Cathode Air Path
Date & Time: April 2, 14:40 – 15:00 See in Program

David Hart

Prof. Dr. David Hart

Director

E4tech Sàrl

Switzerland

Biography:

Dr David Hart is a Director of E4tech and an expert advisor, consultant and researcher on hydrogen energy and fuel cells for 25+ years. He leads and conducts projects from research to strategy in different industry sectors for governments, corporations and investors worldwide, has sat on venture capital investment committees and clean energy company boards, is a Director of the International Association of Hydrogen Energy and chairs the Grove Fuel Cell Symposium Steering Committee. He has been an invited keynote speaker on hydrogen energy on six continents. In 2001, having built a successful research group at Imperial College London, he co-founded E4tech's London office to work on sustainable energy strategy consulting, helping clients make the best decisions in uncertain conditions. Now based in Switzerland, he is a director of E4tech and heads the hydrogen and fuel cell consulting practice, while retaining a role as a Visiting Professor at Imperial College.

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Session: A - Opening Plenary
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 1, 10:00 – 10:30 See in Program

Dr. Haoran Hu

Vice President/CTO

Weichai Power Co. LTD

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Session: F - Country Plenary
Presentation: China
Date & Time: April 2, 11:00 – 11:30 See in Program

Mark Kirby

Mark Kirby

President

CHFCA Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association

Canada

Biography:

Mr Kirby joined CHFCA as President/CEO in August, 2019. A mechanical engineer with an honours degree from the University of British Columbia, he has led the commercialization of many clean technologies, including hydrogen energy. Mr Kirby was a founder and CEO of S2G BioChemicals Inc., a Vancouver-based industrial biotech company 2nd-generation technology for sustainable bioproducts. Over a 10-year period, Mr. Kirby secured investment and strategic partnerships that enabled it to develop into a leading bioproducts company. In 2018, S2G was acquired by Fortress Global Industries, a Canadian forest products company, becoming Fortress Advanced Bioproducts. Prior to starting S2G, Mark led business and technology development, operations and commercialization in the food, industrial gases, fuel cell and forest products industries with fuel cell leader Ballard Power, Canadian hydrogen technology start-up QuestAir Technologies and global industrial gases company Praxair.

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Session: A - Opening Plenary
Session: E - Big Markets

Session: A - Opening Plenary
Presentation: Welcome note
Date & Time: April 1, 09:00 – 09:05 See in Program

Erik Kjeang

Dr. Erik Kjeang

Associate Professor, School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering

Simon Fraser University

Canada

Biography:

Dr. Erik Kjeang is an Associate Professor in Mechatronic Systems Engineering at Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Vancouver, Canada and Canada Research Chair in Fuel Cell Science and Technology Development. Dr. Kjeang obtained a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Victoria, Canada and an M.Sc. in Energy Engineering from Umea University, Sweden. Prior to joining SFU, Dr. Kjeang worked as a research engineer at Ballard Power Systems. He has 15 years of experience with fuel cell research, focusing on electrode and cell design. Dr. Kjeang is also a recognized expert on fuel cell durability and recently contributed technology for enhancing and predicting membrane lifetime in fuel cell buses in collaboration with Ballard. His lab at SFU features Canada’s first facility for multi-length scale X-ray tomography, which is optimal for visualization of electrochemical cells. He has raised more than $20M in funding and authored 100 peer reviewed journal publications and 6 patents.

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Session: C3 - Research I - Fuel Cell Research in Canada
Presentation: Panel discussion
Date & Time: April 1, 14:50 – 15:30 See in Program
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 1, 14:30 – 14:40 See in Program

Randy MacEwen

Randy MacEwen

Ballard Power Systems, Inc.

Canada

Biography:

Randy MacEwen has served as the President & CEO and a member of the board of directors of Ballard Power Systems since 2014. Mr. MacEwen also serves as a member of the board of directors of the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association and the International Hydrogen Industry Association and represents Ballard in its role as a supporting member of the Hydrogen Council. Mr. MacEwen has held various executive roles in clean energy companies for almost 20 years, including in hydrogen, fuel cell and solar companies. He previously served as CEO of Solar Integrated Technologies, a commercial solar company, from 2005 to 2009. In his earlier career, he was a lawyer specializing in M&A and corporate finance. Mr. MacEwen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Law degree.

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Session: B - Canadian Plenary
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 1, 12:00 – 12:30 See in Program

Philippe Morin

Philippe B. Morin

Air Liquide

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Role: Speaker

Session: C2 - Production of Hydrogen / Decarbonization
Presentation: Expanding green hydrogen plans
Date & Time: April 1, 14:00 – 14:20 See in Program

Hideaki Murase

Dr. Hideaki Murase

Panasonic Corporation

Japan

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Role: Speaker

Session: H3 - Research IV - Hydrogen Research in the world
Presentation: Highly Efficient Anion Exchange Membrane Water Electrolysis
Date & Time: April 2, 16:00 – 16:20 See in Program

Josipa Petrunić

CEO

Cutric Crituc

Canada

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Role: Session Chair
Session: C1 - Buses and Rail

Nicolas Pocard

Nicolas Pocard

Director Marketing

Ballard Power Systems Inc.

Canada

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Role: Session Chair
Session: G1 - Medium and Heavy Duty Trucks

Marcel Pouliot

Vice President, Industry & Regulatory Affairs

Trimac Transportation

Canada

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Session: G1 - Medium and Heavy Duty Trucks
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 2, 14:00 – 14:20 See in Program

Chris Reid

Managing Director

IBET Institute for Breakthrough Energy + Emission Technology

Canada

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Session: D2 - Research II - Fuel Cell Research in Canada
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 1, 16:10 – 16:20 See in Program
Presentation: Panel discussion
Date & Time: April 1, 16:50 – 17:30 See in Program

Jean Roberge

Greenfield

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Session: C2 - Production of Hydrogen / Decarbonization
Presentation: Producing and deploying 100% carbon free Green Hydrogen in greater Montreal area
Date & Time: April 1, 14:20 – 14:40 See in Program

Rafael Schmidt

HYDROGENIOUS LOHC TECHNOLOGIES GmbH

Germany

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Session: H1 - Hot Products
Presentation: Large scale LOHC HRS – Easy and efficient refueling for public transport, trains, trucks and ships
Date & Time: April 2, 16:00 – 16:20 See in Program

Senior Representative

Ballard Power Systems, Inc.

Canada

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Session: C3 - Research I - Fuel Cell Research in Canada
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 1, 14:20 – 14:30 See in Program
Presentation: Panel discussion
Date & Time: April 1, 14:50 – 15:30 See in Program

Senior Representative

National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology GmbH

Germany

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Session: F - Country Plenary
Presentation: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for Germany's Future
Date & Time: April 2, 12:00 – 12:30 See in Program

Ryan Sookhoo

Hydrogenics Corporation

Canada

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Session: G2 - Refinery/Mining
Presentation: Title tbc
Date & Time: April 2, 14:40 – 15:00 See in Program

Trond Strømgren

Senior Advisor Renewable Energy and Hydrogen Value Chain Head R&D

Arena Ocean Hyway Cluster

Norway

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Session: E - Big Markets
Presentation: Norway H2-Production
Date & Time: April 2, 10:00 – 10:30 See in Program

Dr. Sam Suppiah

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories

Canada

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Session: D2 - Research II - Fuel Cell Research in Canada
Presentation: Thermochemical production of hydrogen
Date & Time: April 1, 16:20 – 16:30 See in Program
Presentation: Panel discussion
Date & Time: April 1, 16:50 – 17:30 See in Program

Andrei Tchouvelev

PhD. Andrei V. Tchouvelev

President & CEO

A.V. Tchouvelev & Associates Inc.

Canada

Biography:

Dr. Tchouvelev has over 36 years of experience in the field of hydrogen energy and technology. His professional activities focus on research and consulting in the field of risk management, hydrogen safety, and codes & standards. Dr. Tchouvelev is a co-founder of the Canadian Hydrogen Safety Program under NRCan. He serves as the chair of ISO/TC 197 Hydrogen Technologies and the Chair of CAN/BNQ Technical Committee on Canadain Hydrogen Installation Code. Dr. Tchouvelev has numerous journal and conference publications on various aspects of the hydrogen field including risk-informed approach, risk assessment, safety distances, hazardous areas, CFD modeling, and water electrolysis. He recently co-authored a chapter on Regulatory Framework, Safety Aspects and Social Acceptance of Hydrogen Energy Technologies in the book “Science and Engineering of Hydrogen-Based Energy Technologies” (Elsevier, Academic Press, 2018).

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Session: D2 - Research II - Fuel Cell Research in Canada
Presentation: R&D on hydrogen safety
Date & Time: April 1, 16:30 – 16:40 See in Program
Presentation: Panel discussion
Date & Time: April 1, 16:50 – 17:30 See in Program

Andreas Truckenbrodt

Dr. Andreas Truckenbrodt

Principal

Truckenbrodt Clean Energy Consulting Inc.

Canada

Biography:

Dr. Andreas Truckenbrodt is strategic and technical advisor to clean energy companies and past President and CEO for the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association. He was the CEO for the Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation (AFCC), a Joint Venture of Daimler AG and Ford Motor Company, based in Vancouver/Canada. From 2005 through 2007, he was leading Daimler’s and Chrysler’s Hybrid Development Centre in Troy/Michigan, in cooperation with General Motors and BMW AG. Before that, he was responsible for DaimlerChrysler’s Center for Fuel Cell and Alternative Powertrain Vehicles and had worked with fuel cell supplier Ballard Power Systems. Previously, Dr. Truckenbrodt held various positions in the automotive and aeroengine industry, among others with BMW, BMW Rolls-Royce, Daewoo and DaimlerChrysler. Dr. Truckenbrodt holds a degree in Aeronautics and Aerospace Engineering from the Technical University of Munich, Germany, and received his PhD in Mechanics and Control Systems in 1981.

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Role: Session Chair
Session: D1 - f-cell+HFC Snapshots & Elevator Pitches
Session: H1 - Hot Products

Dr. David P. Wilkinson

University of British Columbia

Canada

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Session: D2 - Research II - Fuel Cell Research in Canada
Presentation: Electrolysis
Date & Time: April 1, 16:00 – 16:10 See in Program
Presentation: Panel discussion
Date & Time: April 1, 16:50 – 17:30 See in Program

Riny Yuan

National Research Council Canada

Canada

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Session: C3 - Research I - Fuel Cell Research in Canada
Presentation: Fuel cell quality control
Date & Time: April 1, 14:00 – 14:10 See in Program
Presentation: Panel discussion
Date & Time: April 1, 14:50 – 15:30 See in Program