Canadian Hydrogen Convention Technical Conference Now Accepting Submissions for Speaking Opportunities

The 2024 Technical Conference Showcases the Knowledge of Leaders In Hydrogen. The Technical Conference is opening 60 speaking spots for the 2024 program. Deadline to submit is October 27, 2023.

CALGARY, ALTA – dmg events invites technical experts to submit an abstract to apply to speak at the 2024 Canadian Hydrogen Convention being held in Edmonton, AB, Canada from April 23-25, 2024, at the Edmonton Convention Centre, (9797 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, AB). The technical conference brings together technical experts from around the world to present and discuss the latest hydrogen technologies, processes, and innovations to help companies increase efficiencies, save costs, and achieve net zero. The submission deadline is October 27, 2023, and interested applicants can submit their abstracts HERE.

“I would strongly encourage others to participate in this conference because it provides a unique platform to share expertise, engage with industry leaders, and stay updated on the latest developments in the hydrogen sector, fostering valuable connections and contributing to the advancement of hydrogen solutions,” says Elena Ezquerra Silva, Renewable Energy Analyst, Solas Energy. The 2024 Canadian Hydrogen Convention will feature over 200 speakers in the technical and strategic conference, 8,000 attendees and 100 exhibitors. This convention is the largest hydrogen event in Canada serving as a pivotal meeting place for the entire supply chain to deliberate on groundbreaking advancements, including its prospective role as a primary fuel source.

“Decarbonization is a must in our world today as we face new challenges regarding climate change. It is everyone’s responsibility, therefore, to garner as much knowledge on the means to facilitate a better world for our youth,” says Donald Kendrick, CEO, Ekona Power Inc. “The Canadian Hydrogen Convention easily facilitates this through engagement of key industrial, academic and governmental stakeholders, showcasing exceptional strategies, products and inventions along the way. With a truly Canadian flavour, it is a must for anyone working or being introduced in the field.”

The 2024 Call for Abstracts is open to all hydrogen professionals who would like to share their knowledge, experience and solutions with industry colleagues. Applications should be between 300-450 words and include detailed information on objectives/scope, methods, procedures, processes, results, observations and conclusions.

Applications will be reviewed by the Canadian Hydrogen Convention Technical Committee comprised of Ahmed Nossair, Director Of New Energy Technologies – Technical, Enbridge; Amit Kumar, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta; Chris Wallace, Manager Energy and Climate Protection, ILF Consultants Inc. (Canada); Greg Panuccio, Director of Business, Development, Merchant and On-site Gases, Linde Canada Inc.; Kaitlyn Gammon, Project Manager, Certarus Ltd.; Mark Lea-Wilson, Edmonton Region Hydrogen HUB Lead, The Transition Accelerator; Mark McDougall, Vice President, Business Development Sector Lead – Conventional Energy, Worley; Matti Malkamäki, Founder and Chairman of the Board, Hycamite; Patrick Bain, Director, Hydrogen Projects & Technology Development, ATCO; Paul-Emile Trudeau, Owner, Trudeau Scientific Consulting; Rob Sturgess, Vice President for Project Development, Cvictus; Sagar Kancharla, Director – Energy Transition Advisory & Investments, WSP Canada; Samantha Irwin, Manager, Clean Technology Strategy, Exergy Solutions; Steve Brown, Account Manager, Spartan Controls; Yun Bai, Senior Technical Specialist, TC Energy.

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