Watch: The Future of Gases in a Decarbonized California

August 6, 2021 | , ,  

Evening photo of the Hydrogen Station at Cal State LA by J. Emilio Flores Cal State LA
The Hydrogen Research and Fueling Facility at Cal State Los Angeles. | Photo by J. Emilio Flores/Cal State LA

 

Toward a Disaster Resilient California:

The Future of Gases in a
Decarbonized California

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How can carbon neutral gases help to both improve California’s resiliency to disasters and meet the State’s climate goals? Join us for a CCST Expert Briefing to learn more. Held August 16th, 2021.

Expert Panelists:

Jack Brouwer (Moderator),
UC Irvine | Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

David Blekhman
CSU Los Angeles | Department of Technology

Hanna Breunig
Berkeley Lab | Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts

Chris San Marchi
Sandia National Labs | Hydrogen and Materials Science

Katherine Rinaldi
Caltech | Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

Presented in partnership with the Office of Senator Josh Newman.

 

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