CALL FOR SPEAKERS OPEN - Deadline For Paper Submission Friday 4th February 2022

If you are interested in speaking at the 2022 conference we are inviting you to put forward your presentation proposal for review by our international conference advisory board. Please note that not all submissions can be accepted but all will be considered ahead of the final submission deadline.

Submission Guidelines

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday 4th February 2022

The Organisers of Hydrogen Technology Expo North America invite presenters to submit speaking proposals for the event’s conference, to be held on the 14-16 June 2022.

We encourage proposals from speakers with deep technical and practical expertise in all aspects of plastic waste reduction to submit an entry.

 

TOPIC AREAS FOR SUBMISSION

We are accepting any relevant proposals that may involve, but are not limited to, the following topics:

Hydrogen Production, Storage, and Infrastructure Development

  • Primary energy sources for green hydrogen production – solar, wind, biomass, nuclear
  • Energy conversion – electrolysis, biochemical, thermochemical, reforming
  • Design, simulation, test, monitoring, and control solutions for hydrogen plants
  • Driving down the cost of low carbon hydrogen
  • Business models for low carbon hydrogen
  • Building and integrating a European and global network for green hydrogen distribution
  • Refuelling solutions
  • The role of green hydrogen in decarbonising heavy industry
  • Incorporating clean hydrogen into the renewable energy mix
  • Hydrogen storage – liquefication, compression, material-based, hydride storage, sorbents
  • Regulation and investment requirements to enable rapid scale-up and adoption

 

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Design, Development, & Manufacturing

  • Fuel cell market forecasts and regulation
  • Fuel cell materials – SOFC, coatings, catalysts, composites
  • PEM and fuel cell stacks – latest developments and improvements
  • Test and development – simulation, durability, range and performance, safety, certification
  • Design and packaging, size, weight, and integration with mobile and stationary applications
  • Air, thermal, and water management
  • Cost reduction, manufacturing, and automation of production
  • New applications, marine, aerospace, E-VTOL, UAV, drone, and space technology

 

Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage

  • Impact and potential of CCS on achieving global climate mitigation targets
  • Application in heavy and ‘hard-to-decarbonise’ sectors
  • CCS and hydrogen production
  • Commercialisation – cost reduction, investment, and building the business model for CCS
  • Policy updates and global regulation,
  • Carbon pricing and carbon taxing
  • Updates from latest CCS projects
  • CO2 capture and separation – pre-combustion, post-combustion, oxyfuel combustion
  • Transportation solutions, compression, handling, and distribution
  • Storage – selection, planning, construction, and monitoring suitable storage sites
  • Testing – simulation, safety testing, durability, performance, certification
  • Materials – membranes, absorbents, activated carbon materials, MOFs
  • Utilisation – concrete, chemicals, polymers, fuels

 

PRESENTATION FORMATS

Individual Presentations – 20-MINUTES

Individual talks are 20-minute presentations explaining recent innovations, research, and findings. These individual talks will each be followed by a short 5-minute Q&A and will be grouped together by topic.

 

Panel Discussion – 30 -MINUTES

Panel discussions provide an analysis of broad industry trends from a variety of perspectives. These discussions will begin with the moderator providing an overview of the topic, then each panellist will give a short introduction to themselves and their area of topic expertise. The moderator will then move to open discussion with prepared questions and questions from the attendees. If you propose a panel discussion, be prepared to serve as moderator and invite speakers from around the industry. A list of prospective speakers or speaker companies should be included in the proposal.

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PROPOSALS THAT WILL BE GIVEN PREFERENCE IN THE REVIEW PROCESS:

  • Talks that reveal new ways of thinking about and applying technologies to the plastics debate
  • Talks that feature content never seen before and not available online, but has been created specifically for this event
  • Real-world examples that show a novel application of technology or illustrate a solution to a technical challenge in an end product, including a detailed discussion of the trade-offs and choices made
  • Talks that engage the audience in a highly creative or interactive way
  • Legislative talks discussing current and possible future laws governing the material use and production processes.

In general, we look for speakers who are willing to share their knowledge to help design and innovation continue and grow. Proposals that aim to market a specific company or product will not be considered.

 

CALL-FOR-SPEAKERS SUBMISSION PROCESS

Proposals must be submitted by Friday 4th February through this electronic portal or by emailing Dave Hunter directly – all individuals who submit a proposal will be contacted and advised of the status of their submission. If selected to speak, all presenters will be required to submit a PowerPoint presentation in PDF form at least one month in advance of the event to ensure guidelines are met.

For more information about attending the event, please visit: www.hydrogen-expo.com

If you have any questions, please contact Dave Hunter via Dave Hunter dave.hunter@trans-globalevents.com or +44 1483 330 288

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