2016 Ohio Fuel Cell Symposium

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) held a Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Supply Chain Development Session as part of the 2016 Ohio Fuel Cell Symposium on September 27, 2016, in North Canton, Ohio. This session supported a new competitively selected DOE project accompanying four regional centers across the nation to accelerate the need for a stronger hydrogen and fuel cell supply chain. The objective was to enable a robust, high-quality, and low-cost domestic supply chain for the hydrogen and fuel cell industry across multiple applications. The session aimed to address this objective by:

  • Presenting industry status, challenges, and supply chain needs/gaps
  • Enhancing interaction between original equipment manufacturers, developers, and system integrators, and supply chain and component participants, such as fuel cell companies, balance-of-plant providers, and hydrogen production, delivery, storage, dispensing, and infrastructure developers.

Agenda and Presentations