EVS36 — 36th Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exposition
Lecture Sessions

2C - Role of Hydrogen in E-Mobility

Monday, June 12, 2023

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Ballroom B2

11:30 am-11:50 am

Optimization of H2 supply and refuelling infrastructure for long haul trucks

Hajo Ribberink
Natural Resources Canada

Hajo Ribberink has a M.A.Sc. degree in Applied Physics from Delft University in the Netherlands. He has over 30 years of experience in using modelling and simulation to assess new and innovative technologies in the energy field. At Natural Resources Canada, he leads CanmetENERGY’s research on transportation electrification and advanced transportation technologies.

11:50 am-12:10 pm

Subcooled liquid hydrogen technology for heavy duty trucks

Thomas Acher
Linde Hydrogen Fuel Tech

Role: Head of Process Design & Development at Linde Hydrogen FuelTech; Leading an interdisciplinary team of H2 mobility experts at multiple locations around the globe; Supervision of several H2 test facilities Topics: Design of hydrogen refueling station systems from Linde and development of new H2 refueling technologies Background: Modeling and simulation in process engineering, first in academia, then in large-scale plant design at Linde; since mid-2021 in the field of hydrogen mobility

11:50 am-12:10 pm

Subcooled liquid hydrogen technology for heavy duty trucks

Christian Will
Daimler Truck AG

Christian Will has been working at Mercedes-Benz Cars and Daimler Trucks for seven years. He is responsible for liaising between European utilities and logistics customers as well as enabling the electrification of the transportation sector. Christian obtained a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Management at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and is currently working on his PhD at KIT and the University of California, Davis. His research focuses on electric vehicles and power markets.

12:10 pm-12:30 pm

Possible contributions of state policies and measures to the implementation and scaling of charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure for long-haul trucks : An example of the state of Baden-Württemberg

Walter Holderried
e-mobil BW GmbH

Walter Holderried studied Industrial Engineering and Innovation Management at the University of Applied Science in Konstanz and Esslingen. In his professional career, he was mainly involved in vehicle technologies and Alternative Drive Concepts. Since 2020 he has been working for the State Agency for New Mobility Solutions and Automotive Baden-Württemberg e-mobil BW GmbH. Here he is responsible for the topics of vehicle and mobility technologies at the Cluster Electric Mobility South-West. He manages the working group on electric motor production, vehicle battery disassembly and commercial vehicles with alternative drives. He also coordinates projects for the development and scaling of charging infrastructure for long-haul trucks.

12:30 pm-12:50 pm

A hydrogen hub for California: What role for fuel cell transportation?

Lewis Fulton
Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis
United States

Lewis Fulton has worked internationally in the field of transportation, energy, and environment analysis and policy development for over 25 years. He is Director of the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways Program (STEPS+) within the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Davis. There he leads a range of research activities around new vehicle technologies and new fuels, and how these can gain rapid acceptance in the market. He also coordinates research across five STEPS+ Centers: Energy Futures Center, the Sustainable Freight Center, the Plug-in Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Research Center, the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program, and the China Center for Energy and Transportation.