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Hydrogen Policy Leaders Convention


Convening Hydrogen Industry &
U.S. Policy Leaders


July 30th, 2024
Pittsburgh, PA


This event brings together United States Hydrogen Alliance members, hydrogen companies, and local, state, and federal policymakers from across the country. 


This one day event provides the opportunity for our national alliance to come together to build the policy framework for the upcoming year that will shape the hydrogen economy. This is an exclusive event that will foster new and deepen relationships between the hydrogen industry and policymakers that will serve to advance the energy transition to include hydrogen and fuel cells throughout the country.

  • The nearest airports are Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) (6 miles: 9 minutes) and Arnold Palmer Regional Airport (LBE) (60 miles: 1 hour 15 minutes)

  • Group rate ($149/night) at Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh AirportYou can find the group booking link here.

First Annual Hydrogen Policy Leaders Convention Recap:

Why You Need To Be There

Register to Attend

This event is invite only. It is also open to all USHA members and sponsors.


Tentative Agenda

The key topics to be discussed are:

  • Pathways for Hydrogen Production

  • Hydrogen Distribution Methods

  • Hydrogen Storage

  • 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

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Pennsylvania State Representative Valerie Gaydos and William Lehner, Chief Strategy Officer at Independence Hydrogen, speaking on a panel about hydrogen energy initiatives and the two awarded hydrogen hubs in Pennsylvania at our last convention.


West Virginia Delegate George Street and Nevada State Senator Pat Spearman engaging in conversation with Dr. Zack Valdez from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Manufacturing & Energy Supply Chains Office (MESC) at our last Hydrogen Policy Leaders Convention.

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