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 Utah Hydrogen Products, LLC (An SCS Energy Project)Gina AsheChief Strategy Officer Incorporated Consortia Hydrogen Production Decarbonization of Hydrogen and Agriculture Chemicals ProductionUTAH HYDROGEN PRODUCTS (“UHP”), is the first in a series of de-carbonized hydrogen production facilities that will deliver 170,000 tons of clean hydrogen and >2 million tons of industrial fertilizer products to the commercial agriculture industry.
UHP offers a critical strategy for de-carbonizing both the agriculture and chemical industries. Most products on the $7B fertilizer market are produced from fossil fuel plants that emit high quantities of CO2 and other greenhouse gases. Until now, providing clean hydrogen products at commercial scale and at competitive market prices has not been possible.
With lifecycle emissions totaling 0.7 kg CO2 emitted per each 1.0 kg H produced, UHP is poised to be a leader in climate change mitigation. UHP-produced hydrogen will surpass the IRA’s “clean hydrogen” definition of 4.0 kg CO2/1.0 kg H with a long-term target of 1.8 kg CO2/1.0 kg.
Website: N/A

Email: gashe@uthydrogen.com

Phone: 9785010869

Address: 30 Bolton Rd, Harvard, MA, 01451, United States
MA
 Eta Space, LLCJustin DoebelDirector, Business Development Small Business Hydrogen Storage Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Refueling, Storage, and TransferIntegrated Refrigeration and Storage of cryogenic propellants eliminates storage and transfer losses and enables complete control of the fluid state. Eta Space engineers pioneered the IRAS technology, now being added to the world’s largest LH2 storage tank at KSC LC-39B.

While at NASA, Eta Space engineers pioneered the technologies behind zero loss transfer of liquid hydrogen. Now funded by the Department of Energy (DoE), Eta Space will demonstrate high efficiency transfer lines and a LH2 disconnect system at a scale necessary for refueling of aircraft. We are working with a number of international partners to standardize this process.

Eta Space is on the forefront of clean energy solutions with a series of advanced hydrogen liquefiers that reduce hardware requirements and maximize energy efficiency. From 15 liters per day, to one ton per day, Eta Space has solutions to fit your liquid hydrogen needs.

Our test facility features an integrated refrigeration and storage (IRAS) system capable of liquefaction and zero-loss storage and transfer of LH2. Customers can test their hardware and materials using LH2 with the benefit of small-batch production. Previously only available in large quantities at high costs, Eta Space has developed the LHTF to address the need for more affordable and responsive LH2 testing.

Eta Space is the industry leader in analysis, design, and operation of LOX and LH2 densification units. Densified propellants have a greater total impulse, longer storage duration, and additional cooling capacities. Store more propellant in your vehicle tanks by cooling it close to the triple point, or even as slush.
Website: https://etaspace.com/

Email: justin.doebel@etaspace.com

Phone: 7032164399

Address: 485 Gus Hipp Blvd, Rockledge, FL, 32955, United States
FL
 Vertico LLCValeriy A FedorikhinEngineering Manager Individual Fuel Cells  Engineering Manager with years of experience leading teams to develop fuel cell vehicle components for major OEMs.
Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/val-fedorikhin-4900928b/

Email: valerfed@gmail.com

Phone: 3107419967

Address: 682 4th Street Apt 10, Hermosa Beach, CA, 90277, United States
CA
 Terra Verde Sciences, Inc.D. Cree CrawfordCEO / CHAIRMAN Small Business Manufacturing Hydrogen Gas Generation as Byproduct of other Non Tox -Novel ChemTEchTechnical Overview: Advancing Hydrogen Gas Generation and Novel Chemical Fuel Cell Technologies

Government agencies worldwide are actively pursuing innovative solutions to address sustainability challenges, reduce carbon emissions, and enhance energy efficiency. Hydrogen gas, renowned for its versatility and sustainability, has emerged as a compelling solution. Terra Verde Sciences, a technology company deeply committed to environmental sustainability, stands at the forefront of advancing hydrogen gas generation technologies and pioneering novel chemical fuel cell creation. This technical overview provides insights into our research and its potential relevance to government agencies.

A Research-Driven Approach to Hydrogen Gas Generation and Fuel Cell Technologies
Terra Verde Sciences is dedicated to accelerating the adoption of hydrogen as a clean and efficient energy carrier, coupled with the development of novel chemical fuel cell technologies. Our research and development efforts focus on pioneering technologies that facilitate hydrogen gas generation efficiently, affordably, and in an environmentally responsible manner. Simultaneously, we are committed to advancing the creation of innovative fuel cells that can harness hydrogen's potential, along with other base chemical fuel cell potentials offered by our novel chemical technology.

Pioneering Technological Advancements
Our commitment to technological innovation is integral to our approach. Terra Verde Sciences has invested significantly in R&D to develop groundbreaking solutions for hydrogen gas generation. Leveraging advances in materials science, electrochemistry, and renewable energy integration, we have successfully created state-of-the-art systems and processes. Our unique chemical tech solution enables efficient hydrogen gas production as a byproduct, contributing to sustainable energy sources. Additionally, our novel chemical technology offers the potential for diverse base chemical fuel cell applications, further expanding the scope of sustainable energy utilization.

Sustainability as a Guiding Principle
Terra Verde Sciences places sustainability at the forefront of our research agenda. We recognize the urgency of mitigating carbon emissions and promoting sustainable energy sources. Hydrogen gas, when produced using renewable energy, offers a pathway to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, aligning with government sustainability goals.
Website: www.TerraVerdeSciences.com

Email: Cree@CreeativeGroup.com

Phone: 8318693929

Address: 7 Hull Circle Dr., West Lake Hills, TX, 78746, United States
TX
 Standard Hydrogen CorporationPaul F MutoloCEO Small Business Hydrogen Production • Topic 2: Standardized Hydrogen Refueling Station of the FutureThe Standard Hydrogen Corporation (SHC) is a New York company focused on the development and deployment of their proprietary hydrogen-based Energy Transfer System™ (ETS). The ETS produces clean hydrogen from renewably generated, grid-delivered power using a Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) water electrolyzer and stores it in vessels until it is dispensed for vehicle use and/or used to generate electricity using an on-site fuel cell. Each ETS can provide electricity for behind the meter use, distribution into the electric grid, while also providing clean hydrogen fuel for vehicle fueling and other off-takers. SHC has prepared the engineering design documents for its ETS in a standard-plant, site agnostic fashion. They are ready to deploy and deliver clean hydrogen for demonstration and commercial deployment projects. Through their advanced business model and multi-use ETS platform, SHC is able to achieve a very low cost of goods sold, and therefore offer best-in-class pricing for clean hydrogen.
Website: www.standardhydrogencorp.com

Email: info@standardhydrogencorp.com

Phone: 518-621-5252

Address: 7 Thurlow Terrace, Albany, NY, 12203, United States
NY
 Coffman Engineers, Inc.Justin Freeman, PEVice President, Hydrogen and CCUS Individual Hydrogen Production  Coffman's unique understanding of hydrogen production, especially with electrolyzers, positions our team to provide a customized level of support throughout the life cycle of hydrogen projects. Our role can be tailored to the desired level of involvement and may include strategy formulation, acting as an owner’s representative, providing a single discipline engineering solution, or a complete multidiscipline detailed design. While our foundational experience is rooted in industrial facility design, our experience includes maintenance and turnaround design for refinery hydrogen systems including piping replacement, stress model evaluation, and instrumentation upgrades. Team members have certifications for API 570, API 653, coatings and cathodic protection design, and venting and pressure relief calculations.

Our hydrogen capabilities include water purification, electrolyzers, storage, transport, compression, facility design, process safety management, and fire protection engineering.
Website: https://www.coffman.com/services/hydrogen/

Email: karma.torres@coffman.com

Phone: 9072766664

Address: 800 F Street, Anchorage, AK, 99501, United States
AK
 JA Paterson LLCJack (John A.) PatersonLawyer-Owner Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations  Lawyer focused in hydrogen and fuel cells regulatory approvals at state (agencies and legislative) and federal and international agencies; safety codes and standards; local government regulation, permitting and emergency planning; and community engagement in hydrogen, Superfund waste sites, and NEPA EIS.
Website: www.linkedin.com

Email: JAPatersonLLC@gmail.com

Phone: 303-847-8802

Address: PO Box 102349, Denver, CO, 80250, United States
CO
 Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryNick KillingsworthStaff Research Engineer Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Hydrogen Production Topic 3: Enabling Permitting and Safety for Hydrogen DeploymentCurrent Cryogenic and pressurized hydrogen storage pose hazards to life and property as well as the ozone layer due to leakage rates when compounded by large scale infrastructure deployments.

Woman and, Veteran Owned Business specializing in development of Electrically assisted pyrolytic hydrogen reformation with extremely limited off gassing of carbon containing gas phase compounds. Current patent pending prototype demonstrates production of buoyant flammable gas phase products with limited carbon content; carbon contamination likely from crudeness of prototype construction and operation difficulties. Future demonstrations with improved and advanced prototype offer the prospect of capturing (virtually) all the carbon in (fossil) hydrocarbon fuels precipitated into solid graphitic forms.

The prototype is small enough to be coupled with fuel cells or other hydrogen point of use technology in austere long haul transportation sectors while minimizing carbon footprint along with hazards to ozone destruction resultant from large scale infrastructure changes allowing hydrogen leakage.
Prototype offers co-generation thermopower from excess heat of formation at fixed sites producing hydrogen for industrial consumption (ammonia production)
Website: www.ExInSCI.com

Email: matthew.m@ExInSCI.com

Phone: 6059567245

Address: 2505 S Alpine Ave, Sioux Falls, SD, 57110, United States
SD
 Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryNick KillingsworthStaff Research Engineer Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Hydrogen Production Components for Hydrogen Fueling of Medium- and Heavy-Duty VehiclesWoman and, Veteran Owned Business specializing in development of Electrically assisted pyrolytic hydrogen reformation with extremely limited off gassing of carbon containing gas phase compounds. Current patent pending prototype demonstrates production of buoyant flammable gas phase products with limited carbon content; carbon contamination likely from crudeness of prototype construction and operation difficulties. Future demonstrations with improved and advanced prototype offer the prospect of capturing (virtually) all the carbon in (fossil) hydrocarbon fuels precipitated into solid graphitic forms.

The prototype is small enough to be coupled with fuel cells or other hydrogen point of use technology in austere long haul transportation sectors while minimizing carbon footprint along with hazards to ozone destruction resultant from large scale infrastructure changes allowing hydrogen leakage.
Prototype offers co-generation thermopower from excess heat of formation at fixed sites producing hydrogen for industrial consumption (ammonia production)
Website: www.ExInSCI.com

Email: matthew.m@ExInSCI.com

Phone: 6059567245

Address: 2505 S Alpine Ave, Sioux Falls, SD, 57110, United States
SD
 HydroporeMichael ArgoshCEO Small Business Hydrogen Production  Compact, clean hydrogen production systems. Membrane-less, two-step electrolyzer design - clean hydrogen production + embedded energy storage.
Website: www.hydropore.com

Email: mike@hydropore.com

Phone: 2032463007

Address: 3401 Grays Ferry Ave, Building 450, Suite 1029, Philadelphia, PA, 19146, United States
PA
 Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryNick KillingsworthStaff Research Engineer Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Hydrogen Storage Topic 1: Components for Hydrogen Fueling of Medium- and Heavy-Duty VehiclesLLNL has been performing research on liquid and cryo-compressed hydrogen storage technology for more than 20 years. LLNL has a test facility with a 3,000 gallon LH2 hydrogen storage tank and a liquid hydrogen pump capable of pumping hydrogen at 120 kg/h, 80 g/L and 875 bar. This system can be used to rapidly fill and cycle cryogenic vessels. LLNL’s hydrogen test facility also includes a containment vessel capable of cycle and burst testing full-sized vessels that are not rated with expansion energy up to 1.86 kg of TNT. The containment vessel is sealed from the environment and vessel tests can be conducted under a vacuum, therefore enabling vessel testing with hydrogen or other flammable gases. The facility is remotely operated from a control room enabling efficient and safe operation.

Testing capabilities are also available for accelerated evaluation of corrosion/degradation in hydrogen- or moisture-rich environments. Our Hydrogen Materials Degradation Laboratory features pressure-composition-temperature analyzers adapted to a wide range of temperatures (77-770 K) and pressures (0-200 bars), as well as residual gas analyzers for in-situ measurements in H2, CO2, N2, and He. We can also perform rapid aqueous corrosion tests of components in controlled humidity chambers—including under electrochemical operation—to assess operative corrosion susceptibility.
Website: https://str.llnl.gov/september-2016/aceves

Email: killingsworth2@llnl.gov

Phone: (925) 422-8489

Address: 7000 East Ave., Livermore, CA, 94550, United States
CA
 LuftCar LLCSanth SathyaCEO Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES OFFICE FOA TO ADVANCE THE NATIONAL CLEAN HYDROGEN STRATEGYLuftCar as a Hydrogen vehicle OEM:
LuftCar develops Hydrogen powered eVTOL air vehicles and road vehicles. We work with labs and supply chain partners to integrate hydrogen fuel cell propulsion systems and hydrogen vehicle onboard storage technologies for liquid and gaseous hydrogen. LuftCar creates demand for hydrogen as we are a hydrogen offtaker for air vehicles, medium and heavy duty vehicles.

LuftCar as a Hydrogen consultancy:
LuftCar consultants have developed reliable hydrogen strategies for industries and governments globally. We are experts in:
Hydrogen Infrastructure Strategy, Forecast and Planning, cost analysis, pricing and execution
H2 Demand forecasting
Technology roadmap
Make onsite OR transport solutions analysis
Matchmaking and optimizing H2 Value chain
HEAT (proprietary to LuftCar) - Hydrogen Economic Analysis for Business Decisions
Setting up partnerships with industries, regulators and customers

Background:
LuftCar leadership has two decades of experience in integrating H2 fuel cells to vehicles, systems packaging, H2 flow management, H2 economic analysis, setting up hydrogen partnerships and leading hydrogen projects to commercialization successfully.
Reference:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/santhsathya/
Website: www.luftcar.com

Email: santh.sathya@luftcar.com

Phone: 4089050036

Address: 1001 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL, 32801, United States
FL
 Global HydrogenShachi ShahChief Financial Officer Small Business Hydrogen Production HydrogenWe are a minority owned and operated hydrogen plant fabricator and installer, gasp supply company, storage solutions, fuels dispensing solutions and an EPC.
Website: https://www.globalhydrogen.co/

Email: shachi@globalhydrogen.co

Phone: 9172034436

Address: 99 Wall Street, Suite 436, NY, NY, 10005, United States
NY
 Jobs for the Future (JFF)Jen HortonSenior Director, Workforce and Regional Economies Non-Profit Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Equitable Community Engagement and Ownership in Hydrogen Technology DeploymentJobs for the Future (JFF) is a national nonprofit that drives transformation of the U.S. education and workforce systems to achieve equitable economic advancement for all. We do this by designing solutions, scaling best practices, influencing policy and action, and investing in innovation. We forge deep partnerships with employers, communities, governments, investors, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and education and workforce development providers to break down barriers and reimagine what’s possible. Below are capabilities and services that JFF can provide to teams, organizations, and local, regional, and state collaboratives and partnerships.

Strategic planning and program design - JFF works with leaders across the learn-and-work ecosystem, including K-12 and higher education, economic development, industry, and labor, to help design bold and equitable solutions that support pathways to quality jobs. Our team can provide comprehensive asset mapping, tailored coaching, technical assistance, and consultation to individuals and teams, using our deep content and population expertise, data capabilities, and inclusive networks.

Building inclusive economic development strategies - JFF incorporates equity-centered and population-specific practices, considers the place-based conditions affecting regional communities and economies, and supports the development of inclusive commupartnerships and action that employ local assets and community organizations.

Advisory services on equitable design, including population-specific strategies - JFF provides expertise on integrating equity in each design stage to ensure economic advancement for all, including specific populations (such as Black and Latinx workers, women of all racial and ethnic backgrounds, people with records, and immigrants, among other populations).

Employer engagement strategies - JFF collaborates with organizations to design and build customized products, platforms, and tools that utilize regional data to solve a range of education and workforce challenges. JFF also works strategically with partners to develop logic models; establish measurable goals and performance indicators; advise on data systems and processes; track outcomes; analyze, interpret, and visualize results; and report findings.
Website: jff.org

Email: jhorton@jff.org

Phone: 857-268-4201

Address: 50 Milk Street, 17th Floor, Boston, MA, 02109, United States
MA
 Element OneBill HoaglandCEO Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Low cost, passive, hydrogen leak detectionElement One (E1) has commercialized a passive visual Hydrogen (H2) leak detection tape and is nearing commercialization of a passive electronic H2 leak detection system using RFID, Zigbee, or Bluetooth IoT communication. Leak detection is commonly considered to be the number one technical barrier to a successful H2 economy. All H2 infrastructure must control leaks to remain profitable, safe, and effective.
E1 has successfully demonstrated the tape in NREL field trials and NREL has published a paper on the effectiveness. The engineering report can be found here: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1326889.
Website: www.elem1.com

Email: whoagland@elem1.com

Phone: 7202223214

Address: 7253 Siena Way, Boulder, CO, 80301, United States
CO
 FuelCell EnergyMonique ValdezSales Director Large Business Manufacturing  Our platforms help organizations transform their energy strategies while staying true to net-zero commitments.
At FuelCell Energy, we're helping deliver a more sustainable future by decarbonizing power and producing hydrogen around the world. Our platforms can help businesses and communities with power generation, carbon capture, hydrogen production, transportation, mobility, ports, and energy storage.
Website: https://www.fuelcellenergy.com/

Email: mvaldez@fce.com

Phone: 3102003112

Address: 3 Great Pasture Road, Danbury, CT, 06810, United States
CT
 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.Onder AkinciAssociate Principal Large Business Safety Codes and Standards Topic 4: Enabling Permitting and Safety for Hydrogen DeploymentSimpson Gumpertz & Heger (SGH), founded by three professors from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1956, is a privately held engineering consulting firm that designs, investigates, and rehabilitates structures and pipelines. Our work encompasses commercial and industrial buildings, transportation, water/wastewater, nuclear, defense, petrochemical, and pipeline projects throughout the United States and in more than thirty other countries. SGH has 700 employees with office locations throughout the United States in Atlanta; Boston; Chicago; Denver; Houston; New York City; San Francisco Bay Area; Southern California; and Washington, DC.

Our team consists of engineers and scientists with extensive pipeline and process plant design, construction, and owner's engineering experience. Together, we bring decades of technical, project development, and construction expertise. We have a wealth of experience in siting and designing energy facilities against process and natural hazards. Our staff is actively involved with code committees and we contribute to and are lead developers of several ASCE guidance documents that are widely used throughout the industry for wind, seismic, blast, and fire design of petrochemical facilities, including liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants. SGH staff have extensive facility siting experience from oil & gas facilities and nuclear power plants. We are leading several LNG safety research projects for the US DOT / PHMSA.
Website: https://www.sgh.com/

Email: noakinci@sgh.com

Phone: 713.265.6400

Address: 480 Totten Pond Road, Waltham, MA, 02061, United States
MA
 Colorado State UniversityDr. Charles LewinsohnSr. Research Scientist Academic Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topic 2: Standardized Hydrogen Refueling Station of the FutureThe mission of the REACH CoLab is to develop high-impact technologies at scale and rapidly bring them to market, focusing on thermal energy systems for decarbonization. The lab is located at the Colorado State University Powerhouse Energy Campus . The Powerhouse has a 700 m2 high bay for engine testing. The Powerhouse hosts a hybrid SOFC/H2 engine system, PEM-based electrolyzers, several commercial natural gas/diesel gensets, and a 1 MW hydrogen turbine and space and infrastructure for additional equipment. There are trained, full-time engineers on staff; a full suite of experimental and numerical analytical capabilities and experience; expertise in fluids, combustion and techno-economic modeling’ and students for additional support.
Website: https://energy.colostate.edu/powerhouse/

Email: charles.lewinsohn@colostate.edu

Phone: 385-393-0660

Address: 430 N College Ave, Fort Collins, CO, 80524, United States
CO
 HyMAXDery DayePresident Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topic 5: Equitable Hydrogen Technology Community EngagementHyMAX is a minority-owned, disadvantaged small business STARTUP focused on the hydrogen renewable energy space. In the U.S. economically disadvantaged and minority communities historically have not been part of the renewable energy discussion. This devastating detail is not only an issue of environmental injustice but also is an economic travesty!

Although disadvantaged communities are often most affected by the ill effects of climate change on health, we are also least likely to receive a share of the financial and economic benefits from investments and potential positive outcomes related to the shift to renewable energy. Unless disadvantaged communities are included in the developments surrounding climate change and the advance to a zero-carbon emissions future, the U.S. will not be able to truly reach the announced greenhouse gas reduction targets and will leave millions of Americans poorer and worse off as the transition to clean energy will leave them behind.

Hydrogen fuel provides a number of opportunities to underserved or disadvantaged communities. First, as an automobile fuel source, second as a means to great employment improvement, and finally as a way provide new investment opportunities to communities. If hydrogen based on with the it will eventually be cheaper than gasoline and EV charging.
Website: https://www.h2stake.com

Email: ddaye@h2stake.com

Phone: 702-981-6000

Address: 3111 S Valley View Blvd Ste B212, Las Vegas, NV, 89102, United States
NV
 Aerodyne Research, Inc.Scott HerndonVice President Small Business Systems Analysis AllAerodyne has developed a trace gas monitor capable of detecting molecular hydrogen at 3 ppb in 3 seconds. The instrument is well-suited to near real-time plume characterization and leak detection. We conduct and consult on novel research projects with collaborators across industries to further the field of atmospheric science. We have quantified staged hydrogen emissions at an industrial test facility using this instrument as part of a tracer release methodology demonstration. Furthermore, the instrument is capable of operating on a mobile platform. We have extensive experience (over 25 years) performing measurements at refineries, offshore, gas processing plants, agricultural sites, airports, and numerous other source types.
Website: aerodyne.com

Email: cski@aerodyne.com

Phone: 9789320242

Address: 45 Manning Road, Billerica, MA, 01821, United States
MA
 Resources For the FutureSuzanne RussoFellow Non-Profit Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topics 4 and 5Resources For the Future (RFF) is an an American nonprofit organization, founded in 1952 that conducts independent research into environmental, energy, and natural resource issues, primarily via economics and other social sciences. RFF's work is valued for its academic rigor and impartiality. We are well known for our leadership in environmental economics and sophisticated modeling capabilities.

Hydrogen Expertise: RFF's relevant expertise in hydrogen includes deep understanding of hydrogen production technologies and applications for hydrogen to decarbonize industrial uses as well as the potential problems with hydrogen production in overburdened and disadvantaged communities; hydrogen tax credits and federal objectives in supporting hydrogen; and, modeling and economic assessment capabilities for benefit cost analysis of hydrogen as well as modeling air quality impacts at a local and regional scale.

Pilot Program Evaluation: RFF has experience assessing the efficacy of DOE technology demonstration programs in proving out and scaling technological innovations and in assessing pathways for market viability and benefit cost analysis of individual projects.

Community Engagement and Environmental Justice Research: RFF has a unique track record of successfully partnering with community-based organization and EJ groups to support community-led design of climate policies and converting these community proposals into modeled scenarios to compare the environmental and economic impacts of community-designed policies with government proposals and business as usual scenarios. We are experts at economic assessments and have novel approaches to engage communities in sophisticated program design and assessment to create a shared understanding of benefit cost analysis around technologies, regulations, and policies to illuminate optimal pathways that yield the greatest benefit to society.
Website: www.rff.org

Email: srusso@rff.org

Phone: 202.328.5000

Address: 1616 P ST NW, SUITE 600, Washington, DC, 20036, United States
DC
 ANGI Energy SystemsKelvin SumbaRegulatory Engineer Small Business Manufacturing Topic 2ANGI Energy Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Gilbarco Veeder-Root, is a U.S. based manufacturer of quality engineered gas compression and dispensing equipment, and a leading supplier and integrator of compressed natural gas (“CNG”) and hydrogen refueling station solutions and systems. Gilbarco Veeder-Root is the world’s leading supplier of fueling technologies and solutions for the transportation market worldwide. ANGI, headquartered in Janesville, WI, has a longstanding reputation as a leader and innovator in the compression and natural gas vehicle (“NGV”) refueling station industries, and has over 30 years of experience providing worldwide clients with high quality products and services.
Website: https://www.angienergy.com/

Email: kelvin.sumba@gilbarco.com

Phone: 6085632857

Address: 305 W. Delavan Drive, Janesville, WI, 53546, United States
WI
 Philadelphia Regional Port Authority (PhilaPort)Ryan MulveyDirector, Government & Public Affairs State and/or Local Government Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Port EquipmentPhilaPort is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's landlord for the Port of Philadelphia's 14 terminals. PhilaPort can be a community partner for a project team.
Website: https://www.philaport.com/

Email: rmulvey@philaport.com

Phone: 215-423-3345

Address: 3460 N. Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 19134, United States
PA
 CSA GroupMark DudaProject Manager Non-Profit Safety Codes and Standards  As a leader in standards development for over 100 years, Canadian Standards Association continues to be at the forefront of standards development, research, education, and advocacy. CSA Group is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Standards Council of Canada (SCC) to develop national standards for the United States and Canada. The U.S. headquarters is located in Cleveland, OH.

Standards Development https://www.csagroup.org/standards/
As a leader in standards development, CSA Group publishes national standards guidance documents, facilitates industry workshops, and contributes to international standards for:
• hydrogen fueled vehicle components,
• hydrogen refueling infrastructure,
• hydrogen generation, and
• fuel cell technologies.

In particular, CSA Group has developed a portfolio of hydrogen gas vehicle standards that cover safety, installation, maintenance, and test requirements for fuel storage tanks, hydrogen system components, fueling stations, and other aspects of the hydrogen transportation ecosystem. In addition to hydrogen transportation standards, CSA Group develops standards related to hydrogen equipment, fuel cell power systems, hydrogen production via water electrolysis or fuel processing, non-road hydrogen vehicle design, underground hydrogen storage, and various modes of transporting hydrogen for industrial use. https://www.csagroup.org/article/standards-for-hydrogen-vehicles-and-fuel-cell-technologies/.

Training and education https://www.csagroup.org/standards/services/training-education-programs/
CSA Group’s training and education program develops training and tools that provides professionals with support to expand their knowledge and skills. CSA Group’s courses are developed in conjunction with subject matter experts and CSA instructional designers in a variety of subjects, including hydrogen installations, for example: https://www.csagroup.org/store/product/2431184ol/

Research https://www.csagroup.org/standards/standards-research/
CSA Group’s research program helps identify standardization gaps and explore new applications of hydrogen across different sectors, for example:
Hydrogen classification : https://www.csagroup.org/article/research/advanced-classification-of-hydrogen/
Maritime alternative fuels: https://www.csagroup.org/article/research/alternative-fuels-and-energy-systems-for-the-marine-sector/
Website: https://www.csagroup.org/standards/

Email: mark.duda@csagroup.org

Phone: (216) 524-4990

Address: 8801 East Pleasant Valley Road, Cleveland, OH, 44131, United States
OH
 Florida Solar Energy CenterJames FentonDirector/ Professor Academic Hydrogen Storage 2. Standardized Hydrogen Refueling Station of the FutureThe University of Central Florida’s Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) has a strong background and expertise in advanced process and energy systems engineering, techno-economic analysis and optimization of utility grid systems, solar electricity to hydrogen production, and methanol electrolysis (using the carbon negative methanol from our partner M2X Energy Inc.), hydrogen storage, compression, transport and delivery for hydrogen-powered vehicle refueling. Our labs are well equipped with electrochemical fuel cell and electrolyzer test-stands, GCs and MEAs to perform performance and durability experiments close to industry scale.


Some specific objectives and timeframe of the demonstration project are listed as follows:
-Identify the economic, technical and safety pathway/feasibility of FCEV truck fleet applications and green hydrogen refueling station deployment for HD transportation decarbonization (Phase I- detailed planning)
-Optimally design and develop 100% Renewable Hydrogen “Truck Stops”, including key equipment selection & sizing, measurement & sensor, and operation & control, for flexible FCEV truck refueling and hydrogen supply (Phase II- system development)
-Build and integrate the HRS with renewable hydrogen production/supply, and re-evaluate the feasibility of the integrated system using realistic capital expenses (CapEx) & operational expenses (OpEx) (Phase III- Construction and integration)
-Operate the built green hydrogen refueling station with life-cycle assessment/degradation estimation, and evaluate the impact of HRS coupled with the grid (Phase I and IV-Operation and Ramp-up)

The feasibility analysis of the renewable “Truck Stop” demonstration is strongly dependent on the CapEx and OpEx based on the year studied (2024 – 2050). As these costs are decreasing exponentially it is anticipated that a hydrogen production cost of $1 H2 will be achieved by 2030.
Website: https://energyresearch.ucf.edu

Email: jfenton@fsec.ucf.edu

Phone: 6087703178

Address: 1679 Clearlake Rd, Cocoa, FL, 32922, United States
FL
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