Speaker: David Toms
Wed, Dec 22 at 6:30 PM,
Glory Days Grill Meeting Room
6341 Columbia Pike,
Falls Church, VA 22041703-992-6060
Limited to 30 attendees.
Hydrogen is the most plentiful element in the universe, and soon, it will be harnessed as a fuel source to help mitigate climate change. The following key points will be discussed in this 40 minute presentation:
- History of hydrogen and fuel cells
- Hydrogen as an energy storage medium and energy source - is it safe?
- How does a hydrogen fuel cell work?
- Applications: ground transport, residential, jet fuel, data centers, hospitals, back up power sources
- Comparing batteries and fuel cells
- Why do we need hydrogen to mitigate climate change?
- Recent climate-related legislation, and Dept of Energy activities
- What countries are leading in hydrogen utilization? Hint: Not the US
- BONUS: Investment opportunities - what companies are leading this effort, and what does Wall St think about them?
- Questions / Discussion
David Toms is a retired Navy submariner, engineer and Navy program manager. For several years, he was the Department of the Navy’s Deputy Director for Submarine Technology. He has been a member of the SCWDC for 16 years, and presently leads the Club Sailing Program.
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