March 1-3, 2024
Tyson's Corner Marriott
Hydrogen Policy Leaders Convention Registration
The U.S. Hydrogen Alliance are hosting the 2nd Annual Hydrogen Policy Leaders Convention. This gathering brings together state and federal policymakers from all 50 states, hydrogen industry leaders, and energy policy experts to set the 2024 hydrogen agenda as a unified force to build the hydrogen economy across the country.
The key topics to be discussed are:
Pathways for Hydrogen Production
Hydrogen Distribution Methods
Smart, Sustainable, and Equitable Supply Chains
Financing Strategies for Hydrogen Projects
Regional & State Activities
Workforce Development Needs of the Hydrogen Economy
The Economic Development Potential of Hydrogen in the U.S.
Hydrogen in Military Applications
Incorporating Hydrogen Into the Tribal Energy Portfolio
How the 3 pillars restrict the U.S. hydrogen economy
For event information or questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
call +1 702-738-4340.
Attending in person:
USHA has curated the program for this policy convention to effectively provide you with the tools and experts you can depend on when you return back to your district and propose key legislative changes to improve your communities to achieve significant environmental and economic benefits.
This gathering brings together policymakers from all 50 states, hydrogen industry leaders, and energy policy experts to set the 2024 hydrogen agenda as a unified force to build the hydrogen economy across the country.
Confirmed speakers include:
Oklahoma State Representative
James E. Campos
Deputy Secretary of Commerce and Trade in Virginia & Former U.S. DOE Assistant Secretary
Dr. Pat Spearman
Lieutenant Colonel & Nevada State Senator
Director of the Virginia Department of Energy, Former Virginia Delegate
Director of the Nevada Office of Energy
Former Senior Legislative Policy Advisor at
More speakers to be announced.
First Annual Hydrogen Policy Leaders Convention Recap:
(Left Image): MARK MENEZES Former Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Energy
(Right Image): THOMAS "T.J." SHOPE Arizona State Senator