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The Future of Hydrogen & RNG in CanadaWebinar series


Sep. 29, 2020  1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT webinar - Public event

Hydrogen and renewable natural gas are increasingly being discussed as promising pathways to achieving Canada’s decarbonization goals. As momentum grows, common understanding is vital to realize the potential of hydrogen and RNG and accelerate their adoption in Canada.

Join the Pembina Institute for a two-part webinar series on these hot topics.

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Part 1: The Potential of Hydrogen & RNG to Decarbonize Canada’s Energy Systems

Tuesday, September 22
10–11 a.m. PDT / 1–2 p.m. EDT

This webinar will break down the opportunities, challenges and barriers facing hydrogen and RNG. How are they produced? What are the climate benefits? Where can they be integrated into Canada’s energy systems?

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Speakers

Opening remarks: Linda Coady, executive director, Pembina Institute

Presenters:

  • Sabina Russell, principal, Zen Clean Energy Solutions
  • Richard Carlson, director, energy policy and Energy Exchange, Pollution Probe
  • Sarah Stadnyk, manager, business development and communications, Canadian Biogas Association

Moderator: Tahra Jutt, director, clean economy (B.C.), Pembina Institute


Part 2: The Role of Utilities in Accelerating Hydrogen & RNG Adoption

Tuesday, September 29
10–11 a.m. PDT / 1–2 p.m. EDT

This webinar will explore the opportunity for integrating or blending hydrogen and RNG in Canada’s natural gas distribution networks. Is there a climate benefit associated with blending? How are economic and technical barriers being addressed across Canada?

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Speakers

Opening remarks: Karen Tam Wu, B.C. director, Pembina Institute

Presenters:

  • Scott Gramm, manager, RNG, FortisBC
  • Greg Caldwell, director, energy systems innovation, ATCO
  • Samuel McDermott, technical manager, renewable hydrogen, Enbridge
  • Vincent Regnault, director, gas supply and renewable gases development, Énergir

Moderator: Tahra Jutt, director, clean economy (B.C.), Pembina Institute


Learn more

Read a primer: Hydrogen on the path to net-zero emissions

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