• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Everett Anderson

Nel Hydrogen

VP, Advanced Product Development

Everett Anderson is Vice President of Advanced Product Development at Nel Hydrogen where he is focused product & technology strategy for the next generation of Nel’s water electrolysis products.  Primary attention is on emerging hydrogen energy, mobility, and Power-to-Gas markets using PEM megawatt-scale technology.  Mr. Anderson is also tasked with competitive and market assessment while integrating PEM and alkaline electrolysis knowledge across the Nel organization.  Mr. Anderson joined Nel (formerly Proton OnSite) in 2000 and has more than 30 years of R&D experience in hydrogen and fuel cells.  Recent positions also held by Mr. Anderson included Vice President of Business Development and Vice President of Electrochemical Technology at Nel/Proton.  Mr. Anderson has authored numerous publications and been granted 6 U.S. patents.

Sessions With Everett Anderson

Tuesday, 19 March

  • 10:30am - 11:00am (CST) / 19/mar/2024 03:30 pm - 19/mar/2024 04:00 pm

    Hydrogen on Wheels


    The promise of hydrogen in helping decarbonize mobility has traditionally focused on fuel cell vehicles across the range of classifications, from passenger cars to light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles. Progress is continuing in these areas, along with the ongoing debates about delivery infrastructure and competitiveness via alternatives in various categories. Meanwhile there is increasing focus on other applications for hydrogen fuel cells in areas such as industrial machinery and mobile power generation. 

  • 03:30pm - 04:00pm (CST) / 19/mar/2024 08:30 pm - 19/mar/2024 09:00 pm

    Green Molecules for the Refinery: The value chain of hydrogen


    The energy transition calls for decarbonization of industry. Low-carbon hydrogen and its derivatives will be vital to achieve this in hard to abate sectors and refineries. This session discusses processes across the low-carbon hydrogen value chain, from integrating electrolyzers with to industry end-users, to processes of handling green molecules during and after synthesis.