This seminar course is hand-crafted for anyone interested in the role hydrogen plays and could play in getting us to net zero. This course will introduce the unique characteristics of hydrogen, its potential role in decarbonizing the global energy system, and how it compares to other alternative and complementary solutions. Throughout the quarter we will cover the different pieces of the hydrogen value chain from hydrogen production, transportation & storage and hydrogen use-cases around the world. The seminar is a mix of academic perspectives from Stanford faculty and voices from the industry including start-ups.

Instructors: Boness, N. (PI); Chen, J. (PI); Zheng, X. (PI)

Instructors: Boness, N. (PI); Chen, J. (PI); Zheng, X. (PI)
Faculty Principal Investigator (PI) Required?: N/A

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