Join us in Houston for World Hydrogen North America
World Hydrogen North America will be taking place in Houston from 06 - 07 April 2022. After two hugely successful World Hydrogen USA and World Hydrogen Canada virtual events, we can’t wait to meet you face to face in Houston. Both Canada and the USA have enormous potential to transition to booming hydrogen economies, and to become world leaders in hydrogen production. Join us to discover and debate how/if the world’s simplest, and most abundant, molecule has the potential to curb greenhouse gas emissions for good.
Discover the largest hydrogen opportunities in the USA and Canada
Listen to industry experts debate and source solutions to some of the biggest challenges
Hear case study projects that are already in the pipeline
Understand hydrogen finance options and meet investors
Meet technology and solution providers for your projects
“By 2030, the hydrogen economy in the US could generate an estimated USD 140 billion per year in revenue and support 700, 000 total jobs across the hydrogen value chain. By 2050, it could drive growth by generating about USD 750 billion per year in revenue and a cumulative 3.4 million jobs”
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How will North America accelerate the
development of clean hydrogen technologies?
President Biden’s “Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework” intends to invest $9.5 billion of state funding to accelerate the development of clean hydrogen technologies. Canada’s government are also investing heavily in the industry and projects are being announced consistently. It is an incredibly exciting time for the hydrogen industry and technologies are evolving with rapid speed.
How do we scale up the technology rapidly to bring down costs?
Which technologies should be invested in?
What is policy’s role in creating demand for clean hydrogen?
What about standardization and certification?
What is the best way to produce hydrogen (the blue vs. green debate)?
What is the best way to safely store and transport hydrogen?
What happens with blending hydrogen in the natural gas pipeline?