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Dr Robert Schulz

Participates in 2 items

Dr. Robert Schulz has graduated in Engineering Physics from École Polytechnique, Montreal in 1978. He has obtained a DEA in Physics and Structure of Solids from University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse in 1980 and a PhD in Applied Physics in 1984 from Caltech, California. In 2006, he received a MBA from Sherbrooke University. Robert worked at General Motors Research in Michigan from 1984 to 85 and he is working as a research scientist at the Hydro-Québec Research Institute in Varennes since that time. He has conducted research in the field of advanced materials and hydrogen for more than 40 years.

Sessions in which Dr Robert Schulz participates

Wednesday 1 June, 2022

Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
1:00 PM
1:00 PM EDT - 1:20 PM EDT | 20 minutes

Most countries have set stringent targets to reduce green house gas emissions in the upcoming years and aim at becoming carbo-neutral by 2050. The elimination of fossil fuels will require large amounts of additional electricity, but some sectors cannot be electrified directly. These hard-to-abate sectors will need hydrogen or hydrogen derived synthetic fuels as substitute to fossil fuels. This presentation will discuss the needs in hydrogen in 2050 and the impac...