Canadian Hydrogen Convention

Guidehouse will join industry experts in Edmonton, Alberta, to discuss innovations and solutions as Canada works towards net zero by 2050.

The Canadian Hydrogen Convention is the premier event to convene the entire Canadian supply chain for discussions on innovations and solutions for low-carbon hydrogen production, energy infrastructure, storage, and the path forward as Canada works towards net zero by 2050.

As the world pushes to decarbonize and countries navigate through the energy transition, traditional carbon-emitting energy sources will soon electrifywith low-carbon fuels expected to provide up to 60 percent of the world’s energy needs. In a rapidly changing landscape where companies are transitioning to a cleaner fuel supply, increased reliability, and improved resilience, Guidehouse turns vision into action. Our experts lead and de-risk implementing new business models and technologies that are leading the way to a more sustainable future.

Guidehouse attendees:

  • Imran Abdulla, associate director, will speak on the "Understanding the Size and Scale of the Global Hydrogen Opportunity" panel on April 25 at 10 a.m. MDT. David Layzell, director of the Canadian Energy Systems Analysis Research (CESAR) Initiative at the University of Calgary; Nancy Southern, chair and CEO of ATCO; George Arcand Jr., grand chief of Treaty 6; and Ivette Vera-Perez, president and CEO of Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, will join him as speakers.

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