Hydrogen Day

Join us for a discussion surrounding H2 at ports as PNNL celebrates Hydrogen Day on Oct. 8th, 2020

Ship at port

PNNL supports the mission of DOE's Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technologies Office by exploiting the interplay of hydrogen and electrons. On October 8 of every year, scientists and engineers across the country celebrate National Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Day. The date October 8 was aptly chosen for the atomic weight of hydrogen (1.008).

This October 8, join PNNL researchers along with a representative from Washington Maritime Blue and DNV GL for a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) where they will answer your questions about hydrogen at ports. Did you know the use of hydrogen to power equipment and ships at our nation’s ports can greatly reduce energy consumption and harmful emissions?

See complete Q&A here:

Please also check out some of our recent stories surrounding PNNL's work in support of DOE's Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technologies Office: