Category Archives: Past Events

Increasing the Value Proposition: Hydrogen Safety

December 13, 2018 at 1:00 PM ET Demonstrated safety in the production, distribution, dispensing, and use of hydrogen is critical to the widespread use of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. This webinar included an overview of design considerations that could be employed to ensure safety for a range of hydrogen applications; recent codes and standards… Read More »

Hydrogen Safety Panel (HSP): Training Sessions and Stakeholder Meetings

The Hydrogen Safety Panel conducted training and stakeholder meetings in the following locations: Connecticut: Sept 12, 2018 (training session and stakeholder meeting – 230 Ella T Grasso Blvd, New Haven, CT 06519) 9:00 am training session; 11:00 am stakeholder meeting; coordinated with the City of New Haven, Connecticut Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coalition, and the Greater… Read More »

Increasing the Value Proposition: Small-Scale Fuel Cell Applications

Thursday, April 19, 2018 Thank you for your interest in this webinar. This presentation  provided an overview of how smaller, “behind the meter” fuel cells can improve reliability, and increase efficiency and sustainability.  The presentation included a discussion of costs, benefits, safety, and performance for this technology. This webinar was a presentation of the Northeast… Read More »

US DOE FCTO and ARPA – E Investments in Hydrogen Technology Advancements

Electrochemical technologies will play a vital role in developing sustainable processes and infrastructure for energy storage, transportation, and manufacturing. Hydrogen, produced by electrolysis, can serve as a vehicle fuel, is a chemical feedstock for ammonia generation and other industrial processes, and is required for conversion of carbon dioxide to higher value chemicals. In addition, hydrogen… Read More »

Fuel Cells for Microgrids

A community microgrid is a coordinated local grid area served by one or more distributed energy resources (DER), including energy storage, renewable and conventional generation, and demand response. Microgrids are able to island and stand alone in supplying power to a community, university campus, military base or critical facilities. Community microgrids increase reliability, reduce emissions,… Read More »


NEESC supported the participation of seven (7) hydrogen and fuel cell supply chain companies from the Northeast US to exhibit at Hannover Messe, the world’s largest industrial technology trade show from April 24-28, 2017 in Hannover, Germany. CLICK HERE for more Information

Energy Storage & Microgrids- Innovation in the Electricity Sector

  On-site batteries and power control systems, cost trends, and the rise of a robust electric vehicle and infrastructure market will impact how Northeast developers, utilities, and customers develop and operate energy storage systems and microgrids for variable generation. Many types of emerging technologies are already being developed and deployed to meet the demand for… Read More »

Fuel Cells for Forklifts

Fuel cells using renewable hydrogen provide power solutions for material handling equipment that increase productivity, lower operating costs and reduce carbon footprints in a reliable, cost-effective way.  A variety of industry warehouses and distribution centers are already powering forklift fleets with fuel cells, including manufacturing, food sales, retailers, and cold storage.  Fuel cell-powered industrial equipment… Read More »

Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Solutions for Portable Power Applications

Fuel cells using renewable hydrogen can provide portable power solutions for telecommunications, emergency response, security/lighting, military operations and can help with grid stability. These portable fuel cell power units have many advantages over conventional fossil-fueled (diesel, propane) generation. This presentation discussed how reliable and cost effective hydrogen supply and the use of fuel cells, in… Read More »