Case studies and best practices from advising developers of the DOE’s $7 billion Regional Clean H2Hubs program, plus lessons for future clean energy projects.
About This Event
RMI explores the findings of our latest report Delivering Equitable and Meaningful Community Benefits via Clean Hydrogen Hubs in this webinar.
The webinar features opening remarks by Dr. Sunita Satyapal, director of the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office, who coordinates activities across offices for the US DOE Hydrogen Program.
Following is a short presentation by RMI experts and lead authors, Chathurika Gamage, Hadia Sheerazi, and Gareth Westler, who share their key learnings and recommendations from advising projects as a part of the $7 billion US Dept. of Energy’s “Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs (H2Hubs)” award on best practices for stakeholder management and designing responsive and well-rounded community benefits plans.
RMI Senior Principal Oleksiy Tatarenko then moderates a panel discussion with public and private sector leaders from the US clean hydrogen ecosystem:
- Angelina Galetiva, CEO of Alliance for Renewable Clean Hydrogen Energy Systems
- Stephanie Celt, Sr. Energy Policy Specialist, Washington State Dept. of Commerce (PNWH2)
- Tommy Gerrity, Head of Business and Project Development, Power-to-X Americas, Ørsted
- Robert Cowin, Senior Manager, Western US Government Relations, Fortescue Future Industries
Closing remarks are presented by Suzanne Baker, stakeholder engagement specialist at the US Department of Energy’s Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations.
This event is hosted by Julia Thayne, Senior Principal, RMI.