West Coast Bioenergy Guild - Special Guest: Mark Kirby, President and CEO of Canadian Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association - Shared screen with speaker view
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Mark mentioned H2 can be a co-product of biofuels production - are there examples of this kind of activity in Canada? for which types of biofuels would that co-production be possible?
Question for Mark: BC strategy is also pursuing the production of green H2. Do you think this is economically feasible given the fact that hydropower can easily be balanced with demand and H2 is an energy carrier primarily needed to balance out demand and supply?
Azolla Hydrogen has just launched and we are building a unit to convert Bio Methanol to Hydrogen onsite www.azollahydrogen.com
What is the biomass cost per tonne in biomass gasification pathway? and how much more expensive that pathway will get if it's also capturing the biogenic CO2?
What's the source of the two charts on this page?
Are there resources you recommend to learn of the LCA of blue hydrogen production in relation to other low carbon power pathways? Would you be able to share any main narratives in this space?
@Wei Wang - BC Hydrogen Strategy (https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/electricity-alternative-energy/electricity/bc-hydro-review/bc_hydrogen_strategy_final.pdf)
@Keshawa Bandara Thanks a lot@
Thank you West Coast Bioenergy Guild and Mark for this webinar. I have a few questions:a) Do you see any opportunities for remote First Nations in BC to participate in the hydrogen economy?b) Do you think BC will transition towards hydrogen sea vessels / ferries?
Edmonton Int. Airport appears to be serious about hydrogen energy for its operations. Are there other airports in Canada interested in hydrogen to power their operations.
Anyone interested in the intersection of hydrogen and RNG - lets connect. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sahra-shojaei/
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Thanks Mark and to Scott's Team.
Thank you very much for the presentation
Nicely done, great presentation.