Please join the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center on Friday, July 27th from 9:00 am to 11:00 am ET for our Northeast Hydrogen Hub Workshop, a private and off-the-record discussion. The discussion will feature two 60-minute panels: the first panel will focus on calibrating policy signals to scale demand for hydrogen, while the second panel will discuss hydrogen for blending and industrial use cases. This workshop will be hybrid: participants will be welcome to join either in person at the Atlantic Council offices or virtually via Zoom. The meeting will convene key stakeholders from the public and private sectors and feature remarks and presentations from experts.

In March 2022, a consortium involving New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and 37 partners across all sectors announced a multi-state proposal to establish a hydrogen hub in the Northeast United States. As the public-private consortium embraces the opportunity to be a first mover in developing a hydrogen economy, there are numerous areas of uncertainty, and numerous questions which must be explored to provide the hub with the best chances for realization. This workshop will examine the best path forward for leveraging federal and state policy initiatives, potential solutions for resolving the ‘chicken-and-egg’ dilemma of hydrogen supply and demand, and seek to map key challenges and opportunities for a northeast hydrogen hub. Key industry leaders, policymakers, and regulators will discuss the path forward and share recommendations to ensure that hydrogen momentum continues to move forward.

This is a private, off-the-record event under Chatham House rules. Please join this conversation either in the Atlantic Council offices or via the web application Zoom, which is accessible through your web browser, the Zoom desktop or mobile app, and by phone. Register through the link below to receive further information on how to join the discussion.