The Consulate General of Canada in Boston with MIT Enterprise Forum in Cambridge to host public form with industry and academic experts
The Consulate General of Canada in Boston in collaboration with the MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge present a virtual panel on Clean Hydrogen and Canada’s role in the emerging ecosystem to support it. Panelists include
- Moderator – Elah Feder, Senior Producer, NPR’s Science Friday
- Dr. David Layzell, Professor, University of Calgary and The Transition Accelerator
- Keegan Tully, Director Business Development – Ontario Power Generation
- Mike Kelland, CEO – Planetary Hydrogen
- Emre Gençer, Researcher – MIT Energy Initiative
a virtual panel presentation on
Propelling ClimateTech Through Hydrogen
Living in a world powered by an abundant source of clean, renewable energy is within reach and Canada has a plan for it. This virtual panel will bring together experts from research institutions and industry to discuss the role of clean hydrogen and the emerging ecosystem to support it.
Canada’s Hydrogen Strategy outlines Canada’s commitment to leading the global momentum around this sector. A clean hydrogen economy is a strategic priority for Canada, and its abundant natural resources and infrastructure make it uniquely positioned for future growth and partnerships. This forum will cover Canada’s strategy in practice today, goals for the future and ways that organizations can look to hydrogen as an option. It will also highlight opportunities for collaboration and uncover new ways to pair Boston and Canada across this exciting and growing market.
Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 1pm EDT Duration: 90 minutes
Register to attend the virtual event