Event Details

Hydrogen and the Global Energy Market

DOE Hydrogen at Scale Program

Date/Time   Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 5:30pm
Place   The Chateau Restaurant  (Directions)
195 School Street
Waltham, MA 02451
Phone: 781.894.3339
Price   $35 - Non-members
$47 - AIChE Boston Annual Membership and Meeting
$32 - AIChE Boston Members & Students
Topic Info  

Hydrogen @Scale
Hydrogen's Role in the Global Energy Market

Co-hosted by:
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE-Boston)
TiE Boston


The topic should be of interest to Chem Es - Entrepreneurs  - Investors - and virtually everyone interested in what has become of the much acclaimed  "Hydrogen Economy."

Schedule:
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM  Registration and Networking - Cash Bar
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM  Full Dinner- Chateau Resturant (see meal choices below)
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM  Presentation & Q&A

Hydrogen @Scale
Overview and applications of the Dept of Energy's broad reaching Hydrogen program

"The stage is set for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies to take a lead role in the global energy market."

This presentation will provide a technology update and insights into the wide range of applications hydrogen can play a significant role in.

The topic of this talk - H2@ Scale  - will focus on the science behind the Department of Energy's National Hydrogen program -as well as also discuss the opportunities that it will create for Chemical Engineers and business creation in fields that will revolutionize the way energy is produced, and business is conducted. To use a popular "buzz word" this DOE program will have a major sustainable business "footprint !"

Topics covered will include:

  • DOE H2@Scale program
     
  • An update on the Northeast hydrogen infrastructure in place and in construction

  • Renewable hydrogen generation using wind and solar to provide grid support and energy resilience.

We expect to have a fuel cell vehicle available following the presentation.

Please note that this is a Full Dinner meeting

Please select one entree below and enter your choice in the "reasons for attending" field when registering.

  • Baked Lasagna with Meatballs
  • Penne Pasta with Meatball & Sausage
  • Toasted Ravioli with Meatballs

If you need a vegetarian meal - the Baked Lasagna can be served with Marinara sauce
- or for an additional $3 (pay at door) you can request

  • Penne Giardinara Vegetarian
    (Seasonal vegetables sauteed with san marzano tomatoes in a light garlic
    wine sauce. Tossed with asiago & romano cheeses, penne & fresh basil)

FYI - All Entrees Include:
Fresh Garden Salad • Chateau's Famous Italian Bread & Butter • Fresh Ground Coffee or Tea • Dessert

Registration: Please register by Monday, April 1 st.  Pre-registration required.

If you pay by Paypal - please click on the "Paypal" logo after selecting "pay by paypal" to complete the transaction.

If you have problems registering online, please email "Elizabeth Gugliotti" EGugliotti@irwinengineers.com

Speakers   Charles Myers

Charles Myers is the President of the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition, the fuel cell and hydrogen industry association for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is a consultant to the U.S. Department of Energy Fuel Cell Technology Office who in June 2017 recognized him with award for his leadership and commitment to the advancement of hydrogen and fuel cell infrastructure in the Northeast. He is the Chair of the Massachusetts Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Working Group and a member of the Rhode Island Zero Emission Vehicle Working Group
.
Mr. Myers is one of the original members of H2USA and serves on its Working Groups

Education
Saint Mary's College of California Executive MBA 1980 – 1982
Member Executive MBA Admissions Board 1982-1983  



Charles Myers

Charles Myers is the President of the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition, the fuel cell and hydrogen industry association for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is a consultant to the U.S. Department of Energy Fuel Cell Technology Office who in June 2017 recognized him with award for his leadership and commitment to the advancement of hydrogen and fuel cell infrastructure in the Northeast. He is the Chair of the Massachusetts Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Working Group and a member of the Rhode Island Zero Emission Vehicle Working Group
.
Mr. Myers is one of the original members of H2USA and serves on its Working Groups

Education
Saint Mary's College of California Executive MBA 1980 – 1982
Member Executive MBA Admissions Board 1982-1983  

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