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Hydrogen Blending Conference: Virtual

April 12, 2023 | By HPAC Magazine

The Hydrogen Heating Network is hosting a virtual conference over two half days, Tuesday June 20th and Wednesday June 21st, with experts from Canada, the U.S. and Europe.


The Hydrogen Heating Network will be holding another virtual conference for those interested in learning more about the potential and possibilities of blending hydrogen into existing gas lines to providing heating to buildings.

The group hosted its inaugural virtual half day conference last fall, and this second virtual conference will take place over two half days, Tuesday June 20th and Wednesday June 21st, and it will focus on hydrogen blending activities with experts from Germany, California, Denmark, Chicago, Netherlands, and Canada.

The sessions will cover pilot demonstrations, lab research, standards development, burner technology, and supportive regulation/policy activities of mostly building heating.

Among the talks on day one will be: Regulatory/Policy – Canada’s Federal Hydrogen Strategy – Hydrogen Use in Heating, presented by John Lau, NRCan; Supportive Regulation/Policy Activities – Blending, a Technical Safety Authority Perspective, presented by Sidney Manning, Alberta Municipal Affairs; Quebec Hydrogen Blending Appliance Testing – Residential & Commercial Performance, operation and safety, presented by Nicolas Bombard and Lucas Tremblay-Roberge, Natural Gas Technology Centre, Quebec.

And day two will include: 100% Hydrogen Community – Alberta, presented by Greg Caldwell, Utility Hydrogen Strategy, ATCO; and Overview of Hydrogen Blending: Appliance Readyness, Trials and Test Results, Worldwide, presented by Camilo Arango Lozano, masters graduate, UBC and technical solutions manager FortisBC.

Registration for the event is $349, and attendees will be able to participate live, and ask questions during a Q&A

Recordings will be available for registrants.




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