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The U.S. Department of Energy's Fuel Cell Technologies Office (DOE FCTO), in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration (U.S. DOT-MARAD) and the European Commission Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, hosted the H2@Ports Workshop on September 10–11, 2019, in San Francisco, California. The workshop convened over 90 experts from government, ports, and maritime industry to share information on the status of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies for maritime applications. Participants also identified hydrogen and fuel cells progress, challenges, and potential opportunities in the maritime sector that can enable DOE's H2@Scale initiative.

Agenda and Panel Questions

Workshop Agenda

Questions for Discussion

Report

A report summarizing the main topics and findings from the workshop will be posted soon.

Presentations

Session I: U.S. Government Perspectives on Hydrogen at Ports and At-Sea Marine Applications

Session II: International Government Perspectives on Hydrogen at Ports and At-Sea Marine Applications

Session III: Infrastructure Stakeholders Perspectives: Port Authorities

Session IV: Industry Perspectives: Ship Systems Developer

Session V: Industry Perspectives: Power Systems Developers

Session VI: Industry Perspectives: Vehicle and Fuel Cell Manufacturers

Session VII: Regulations, Codes and Standards

Session VIII: Recent Research and Analyses