Hydrogen: The Next Building Block for the Net-Zero Economy

Pathways to Resilience: Infrastructure 4.0 - A Guidehouse Webinar Series

Jul 09, 2020 - 1:00 PM EDT
2050 targets for net-zero emissions have experienced a meteoric rise as carbon policies move to the top of policy agendas. Stakeholders are now wondering whether these targets can be reached with electrons alone, or if we need molecules too. The renewables transition is making great strides, but the path from 50% decarbonization targets to full decarbonization will require a leap in terms of how we think about delivering energy.


Join Guidehouse's experts for a lively discussion on the role of hydrogen in enabling greater resiliency in a fully decarbonized future, and how organizations can begin tapping into its potential. This discussion is the fourth installment in a new Guidehouse webinar series, Pathways to Resilience: Infrastructure 4.0
Speakers
  • Vision of a fully decarbonized future
  • Hydrogen's value in a fully decarbonized future
  • The path to hydrogen
  • What are the key differences in approaches for achieving 50% decarbonization targets versus full decarbonization?
  • Why does hydrogen matter in a fully decarbonized future? What is its value?
  • What does the business model look like for hydrogen?
  • What are the challenges associated with hydrogen? How are those overcome?
  • What are the next steps to better plan and prepare for hydrogen?
  • Energy providers
  • Utilities
  • Investors
  • Large corporations
  • Governments

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