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Webinar #3: eMobility, Hydrogen, Infrastructure & Smart City Perspectives (100% virtual) - Shared screen with speaker view
Maury Dobbie
37:29
Welcome everyone to our third webinar in our series co-hosted by the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory and our colleagues at the Center for Energy and Infrastructure at the University of National and World Economy. This webinar, as were the other two webinars, are accessible for anyone to watch using this link: https://cercsymposium.org/transformations-energy-infrastructure-emobility-conference/
Maury Dobbie
37:50
Welcome everyone to our third webinar in our series co-hosted by the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory and our colleagues at the Center for Energy and Infrastructure at the University of National and World Economy. This webinar, as were the other two webinars, are accessible for anyone to watch using this link: https://cercsymposium.org/transformations-energy-infrastructure-emobility-conference/
David Morrison
38:16
Do you forsee a roof top hydroligizer for large buildings/industrial facilities, possibly fed by cooling tower discharge, to supplement nat gas processes?
Maury Dobbie
38:51
We welcome audience questions. Please type them into the Q&A section and we will try to address them during this webinar.
Mauricio Quintana Barreneche
55:49
For Rosen Daskolov - Why do you believe H2 would not work inside cities?
Bryan Willson
02:09:32
I’m heading now to the train station. I will be on the phone, but no video and may not be able to make any additional input.
Maury Dobbie-Collaboratory
02:11:15
As it pertains to a necessary skilled workforce--do our speakers think there is a need for a focus on training of the workforce to enable the success of future hydrogen markets?
David Morrison
02:13:17
Do you forsee a roof top electrolyizer for large buildings/industrial facilities, possibly fed by cooling tower discharge, to supplement nat gas processes?