ReGen Global convened and created the Okanagan Hydrogen Innovation Hub (OHIH) in British Columbia as a North American cohort of industry, university, governmental, national lab, indigenous, innovation and investment leaders whose aim is to develop multiple hydrogen based clean tech platforms in a US Canada innovation and investment network. This network consists of project-based value stacks built on production to end user platforms for hydrogen technology companies. These platforms feature AI/ML digital twins that function as the first nodes in a digital supercluster based on a Canadian model and designed with academic and national lab partners in Canada and the US. The network will promote the adoption of hydrogen energy and associated technologies with an emphasis on production, storage, transport, injection into and extraction from municipal gas networks and end-use applications in various sectors such as transportation, power and heating.
The final report from the National Research Consortium at Innovation Pointe Labs (NRC) concluded that Oklahoma is blessed with the potential to become a national leader with a global presence in the new energy economy. This leadership can leverage corporate, utility, technology and government collaborative partnerships for investor led, university based research to market technologies in the clean energy economy that include clean power for oil & gas, produced water recycling, distributed water systems for agriculture and community reuse, carbon/methane emissions monitoring/capture and digital platforms operated with AI, high performance computing (HPC) and advanced analytics for increased asset yields
A sustainability office in a city government that advanced its role in the development of its solar sector. Focus including planning, utility engagement and community outreach. An engagement with The Solar Foundation was funded by the DOE SunShot Initiative with an emphasis on the ability to fully integrate solar into job creation through training, collaborative academic research to market initiatives and participation in utility DER efforts
A Native American tribe that sought a tribal utility to offset or displace incumbent non-tribal hydrocarbon consumption with tribal wind, solar, storage and advanced energy solutions including a deep energy retrofit of the manufacturing center with Johnson Controls International and a housing prototype by the Energy, Environments & Design Lab at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Worked closely with the DOE Office of Indian Energy and NREL to create a ten year energy, environmental and economic development platform
An Italian off-grid renewable energy, water, hydrogen and bioarchitecture firm seeking to establish a base of operations in North America. Worked with NREL's Energy Systems Integration Facility on a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) and a technoeconomic analysis for a technology to market strategy