The Stanford Hydrogen Initiative
The Stanford Energy Hydrogen Initiative is a collaboration of researchers at Stanford University in engineering, science, policy, and business, working with industry, thought leaders and governments to enable the use of hydrogen when it can achieve deep decarbonization of the world's energy systems. In addition to our research portfolio, we are building a community with workshops and symposia, and through an educational agenda.
The Stanford Hydrogen Initiative is thrilled to launch Hydrogen Innovators, a new bi-weekly podcast spotlighting bold innovators from academia and industry. In our first podcast hear Stanford Professor Thomas Jaramillo talk about electrolysis as the flagship technology for decarbonization and find out who inspires him most and why?
Hydrogen for Deep Decarbonization
The Stanford Hydrogen Initiative Launch Symposium explored hydrogen as a potential clean energy carrier to mitigate global CO2 emissions in a variety of hard-to-abate sectors, including power generation, transportation, and steel making. The symposium showcased recent technology and policy innovations at Stanford and beyond in hydrogen generation, distribution and utilization. This program convened thought leaders from academia, industry, government agencies, and NGOs to explore research directions, implementation strategies, and potential solutions that will enable hydrogen to be fully utilized as part of a net-zero carbon future. Tom Linebarger, Chairman and CEO of Cummins Inc. and co-chair of the Hydrogen Council, and Dr. Sunita Satyapal, Director, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office, US Department of Energy delivered the keynotes. Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former U.S. Secretary of State, joined a fireside chat with Stanford professor Arun Majumdar. Professor Steven Chu, former U.S. Secretary of Energy, led a discussion on national hydrogen strategies and international cooperation to establish a global hydrogen economy. Stanford professors and distinguished industry leaders present throughout the day. The program included topics as Hydrogen for Industrial Application, Generation and Distribution of Hydrogen, International Perspective and National Strategies, the latest in Stanford Hydrogen research, and start-up innovation around Hydrogen. View videos from the program.
Naomi Boness | Co-Managing Director
Jimmy Chen | Co-Managing Director
Arpita Kalra | Program Manager
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