The Future of Energy: Hydrogen
Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 4 p.m. MT
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Hydrogen is the simplest, most abundant element in the universe and has long been studied for its ability to both carry and store clean energy. At scale, hydrogen fuel cells have the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in numerous sectors, most notably transportation. Significant implementation hurdles remain, however, and the technology will need to become much more cost-effective in order to compete in the energy marketplace. Where does hydrogen research stand as of today? And what might some of the next innovations look like?
In our latest Future of Energy episode on November 17, we're diving into both the opportunities and challenges of hydrogen with Eric Payne, Senior Licensing Executive at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Gray Byers, Program Manager for Business Innovation at Xcel Energy. They'll provide an overview of the hydrogen landscape, preview what the next several years might hold, and then answer your questions live during a moderated Q&A.
This free public webinar is presented by the Institute for Science & Policy and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The session will also be streamed live on Facebook.