Hydrogen – Why the hype? Opportunities, Challenges and Recent Trends
November 15 - 16:00 | November 17 - 18:00 UTC+0
TxEEE is hosting “Hydrogen – Why the hype? Opportunities, Challenges and Recent Trends” through November 15 to November 17. In this 6-hour course, UT Austin’s top-notch experts will provide an overview of hydrogen use as a climate solution, discuss recent policy and commercial developments related to building a global hydrogen economy and review hydrogen technology research needs, challenges and opportunities.
This course aims to provide a technical baseline of understanding to evaluate the media and policy hype around hydrogen. It includes up-to-date technical, economic and policy information for hydrogen across its supply chain and an introduction of publicly available tools for analyzing hydrogen.
- Date: November 15 to November 17, 2023 | 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. (Lisbon Time)
- Instructor: Emily Beagle, PhD, Michael Webber, PhD and Michael Lewis
- Platform: Zoom
For more details on this course, visit the official website (for information purposes only).
Agenda (Download it here)
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|Wednesday, November 15, 2023 | Part One: Introduction, Overview, and Policy Context for Hydrogen|
|4 p.m. – 5 p.m.||1||Hydrogen’s history, current status and potential role in a decarbonized energy future||Dr. Michael Webber|
|5 p.m. – 6 p.m.||2||Recent hydrogen policy and regulatory developments||Dr. Emily Beagle|
|Thursday, November 16, 2023 | Part Two: Deeper Dive on Hydrogen Technology Considerations|
|4 p.m. – 5 p.m.||3||Hydrogen production technologies and safety considerations||Mr. Mike Lewis|
|5 p.m. – 6 p.m.||4||System level considerations for development of hydrogen economy, including hydrogen storage, transportation, and distribution challenges||Dr. Emily Beagle|
|Friday, November 17, 2023 | Part Two: Deeper Dive on Hydrogen Technology Considerations|
|4 p.m. – 5 p.m.||3||Introduction to existing tools for hydrogen project analysis||Mr. Michael Lewis|
|5 p.m. – 6 p.m.||4||Emission abatement potential, risks, and new technology||Dr. Emily Beagle/ Dr.Michael Webber|