Watch: Decarbonizing Transportation with Hydrogen

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Toward a Disaster Resilient California:

Decarbonizing Transportation
with Hydrogen


How can hydrogen help to decarbonize long haul trucking and transit?

Watch our CCST Expert Briefing to learn how hydrogen fuel cells work, how they are being improved, and how hydrogen safety is being evaluated for use in transportation. Held September 8, 2022.


Gia Vacin
Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (Go-Biz) | Assistant Deputy Director, Zero Emission Vehicle Market Development

Expert Panelists:

Jimmy Chen
Stanford University | Managing Director, Hydrogen Initiative

Brian Ehrhart
Sandia National Laboratories | Chemical Engineer

Ahmet Kusoglu
Berkeley Lab | Staff Scientist, Energy Conversion Group

Iryna Zenyuk
UC Irvine | Associate Director, National Fuel Cell Research Center


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