Montreal to Chicago
Carbon Free Corridor
CLEEN2040 Transport/Energy Shift Prepper Academy
STAY TUNED OUR NEXT SUMMER WEBINAR: UNDERSTANDING BATTERY LIFE AND REINCARNATION
SUMMER 2021 (Date TBA)
Full Hybrid In-Person/Remote Winter 2022 Event | TBA Soon
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Discussions on the potential to create a carbon free corridor from Montreal to Chicago have been underway. While some groups have identified possible opportunities and challenges, this undertaking requires a truly multi-perspective analysis to properly identify feasibility, economic opportunity and risk, environmental benefits, and business cases for implementation. To address this, a Carbon Free Corridor Working Group has been formed and a series of workshops are being conducted to educate relevant stakeholders and identify possible collaborations and funding mechanisms to properly evaluate this initiative.
OUR NEXT WEBINAR
Battery life is impacted in the short term (state of charge) by how it is used - there are nanoscale relationships to macroscale variables that are not completely understood.
There could also be implications for a battery's second life. Battery reincarnation is an exploding industry with challenge and opportunity abound.
We will explore first and second life with leading edge experts - come out and see!
OUR NEXT FULL EVENT
A Carbon Free Corridor
MONTREAL TO CHICAGO
Featuring In-Person and Remote Hybrid Attendance.
This is where we get down to business people!
Who Should Attend?
Hydrogen and electrification now permeate nearly every conversation about the future of transport. Come get multi-modal perspectives on clean, carbon-conscious transport commerce. Exchange your ideas.
Solar, Wind, Biogas Energy inputs sweeten the footprint of charged batteries and/or hydrogen production. What will that market look like?
The electric and gas grids have undeniable underpinning role potential in carbon-reduced transportation. How soon?
Get a window into the major technical, economic, and regulatory obstacles.
Gain insight into incentive structures from other jurisdictions.
Educate key stakeholders on relevant policy.
What are the major growth segments in this sprawling sector? Who are all the players? What are the biggest risks?
Where is everyone else putting their money? When is the right time to get in?
WINTER 2022 Carbon Free Corridor Full Event Objectives.
Educate and connect stakeholders – overview of technologies, jurisdictional scan.
Identify the opportunities and challenges surrounding the development of a Hydrogen-Electric Montreal to Chicago Carbon Free Corridor.
Evaluate feasibility and value proposition of such development.
Identify possible supply chain.
Identify markets and evaluate potential business models.
Identify requirements for a hydrogen fueling network and storage.
Evaluate the potential for this to qualify as a carbon offset project.
Identify funding mechanisms for future research / pilot projects.
Simulate possible scenarios using H2FAST.
WINTER 2022 Carbon Free Corridor Full Event Speakers.
Director, Industry Engagement, NACFE
Professor, Michigan State University
President, Hydrogen Business Council of Canada
O&M Program Director, CanREA
President, Electric Autonomy Canada
Professor, University of Waterloo
Professor, University of Windsor
Director, Cross Border Institute
CEO, 360 Energy
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