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Fueling a Green Hydrogen Economy

Green hydrogen offers the potential for versatile, low-carbon fuels that can decarbonize some of the trickiest sectors to electrify. However, the technology has often seemed like it’s always right around the corner, without ever quite arriving. Recently, green hydrogen has once again seemed within reach, but it’s not just due to technology breakthroughs. Moving towards a green hydrogen transport system has required careful coordination of technology producers, corporate partners, investors, and policy. This panel discussion will explore the collaborations that are needed to advance low-carbon innovation, featuring experts on the frontlines of the transition.

This event is co-hosted by CBEY, the Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale, and Stanford Startups.



  • Analisa Bevan, Assistant Division Chief, Sustainable Transportation and Communities Division, California Air Resources Board
  • Taylor Huff, Founder and CEO, Origen Hydrogen
  • Sanjay Shrestha, Chief Strategy Officer, Plug Power
  • Dan Kim, Senior Director of Business Development, Pilot Company
  • Josh Posamentier, co-Founder and Managing Partner, Congruent Ventures

About the Climate Innovator Spotlight series: It's clear that the status quo won't suffice for dealing with climate change. Innovative solutions are imperative. Not just startups and new technologies—innovation across all sectors of society. The Climate Innovator Spotlight speaker series highlights innovators working to address the climate crisis through policy, technology, finance, and more. By giving these leaders a chance to share their stories, the series will explore how different forms of innovation handle the complexities of climate change and build resilient communities.


Analisa Bevan

Assistant Division Chief of the Sustainable Transportation and Communities Division at California Air Resources Board

Taylor Huff

Founder and CEO at Origen Hydrogen

Dan Kim

Sr. Director of Business Development at Pilot Company
MBA 1997