Techno-economic analysis of hydrogen systems in Alaska

The first fall meeting of the Alaska Hydrogen Working Group will feature a presentation by Mariya 'Masha' Koleva, “Techno-economic analysis of renewable hydrogen systems in Alaska.” Koleva is a National Renewable Energy Laboratory chemical engineer at the Energy Conservation and Storage Systems Center. Her research focuses on modeling, optimization, and assessment of hydrogen energy storage, renewable electrons to molecules systems, and hybrid energy systems. 

The Alaska Hydrogen Working Group is an informal group of stakeholders interested in following developments related to hydrogen and hydrogen carrier technologies, and in providing input related to proposed usage and future deployment in the state. ACEP hosts monthly meetings which include the latest updates and presentations from industry and other stakeholder groups. The working group may also be called upon to provide input on future studies and the development of a state roadmap.

Date: Tuesday, Sept. 5
Time: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. AKDT 
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For more information on the working group, please visit the Alaska Hydrogen Working Group page, or contact Patty Eagan at or Erin Whitney at