Cleanpower 2022 will feature transmission and hydrogen panels

Additional panels will be displayed during Cleanpower 2022, according to the American Clean Power Association (San Antonio, Texas, 16th – 18th May). Cleanpower will bring together industry decision-makers and thought leaders to discuss and display the most pressing issues confronting the sector today. The conference will be held in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center facility in San Antonio, Texas, from May 16–18, with a focus on “Building the Clean Energy Economy.”

Transmission is essential for connecting sustainable energy resources for reliability, resource diversity, and resilience. The panel “Transmission Policy and Buildout” will feature four visionaries representing a variety of perspectives, including a transmission developer, a significant C&I consumer, a legislator, and a grid manager. Caroline Golin, Energy Market Development and Policy Global Head at Google; Chris Hansen, Colorado State Senator (D-31); and Elliot Mainzer, CEO, and President, California Independent System Operator will be among those speaking.

Heavy industries that run on hydrogen have been difficult to decarbonize at a reasonable cost. Now, the budding domestic green hydrogen sector is addressing this problem, resulting in exciting new clean energy options.

The panel “Bringing Green Hydrogen Within Reach” will cover state and federal programs, technological advancements and impediments, and the need for policy advocacy. Janice Lin, who is the President and Founder of Green Hydrogen Coalition; Megan Reusser who works as the PE Senior Development Engineer of Burns & McDonnell; and Adolfo Rivera, who is the Senior Director in charge of the Green Hydrogen at Avangrid Renewables will participate in the discussion, which will be guided by Jacob Susman, Co-Founder, and Chief executive officer of Ambient Energy.

Jennifer Granholm, the United States Secretary of Energy, has also been named to the Cleanpower 2022 board. The conference will also feature the Department of Energy’s Collegiate Wind Competition, which helps students prepare for careers in the wind energy business by giving them hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology, project development finance, and outreach.

Cleanpower draws together the brightest minds in the renewable energy industry to debate problems that matter to industry experts and their businesses. Participating puts one at the table and allows you to receive outcomes that will help you build your company and our industry, as well as prepare for future chances.

Cleanpower’s objective is to bring together not only the various technologies that make up the renewables mix, such as onshore wind, offshore wind, solar, storage, and transmission, but also the various segments within the industries, such as construction firms, owner-operators, utilities, manufacturers, finance businesses, corporate purchasers, and more.

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