Hydrogen Technology Expo 2022
Durable ceramics outlast severe wear, erosion and corrosion
We are looking forward to meeting with both familiar and new faces at this year's in-person Hydrogen Technology Expo June 14-15, 2022, and discussing your specific applications where other materials are not performing well for you.
Hydrogen offers several ideal attributes to help solve the variable energy storage requirements of solar and wind renewable resources, all while simultaneously providing opportunities for emission reductions. CoorsTek supports cleaner energy and decarbonization efforts with innovative technologies for both green and blue Hydrogen. To learn more about our contributions to hydrogen, click here.
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Booth Location & Details
June 14-15, 2022 | Houston, Texas USA
George R. Brown Convention Center
Where to Find Us:
Show Dates and Times:
June 14: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. CST
June 15: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. CST
What You'll See:
CoorsTek is working with leading technology partners - applying ceramic membranes to empower new applications in automotive, energy, chemical, and beyond.
At sufficient temperatures, specialty compositions of ceramic membranes can be engineered to transport ions — allowing them to act as selective ion transport ceramics at a molecular level. Active ceramic membranes can be applied to a growing variety of gas-to-chemicals (GTCh), gas-to-liquids (GTL), and solid oxide electrolysis (SOXE), conversion applications.
Join CoorsTek at the Hydrogen Technology Expo 2022 to see these ceramic membranes and more in person, and learn about the advantages of technical ceramics in hydrogen applications.
Becky Tomasek - Vice President, Global Energy & Chemicals
Co-panel on Tuesday, June 14th from 4:55 pm to 5:30 pm on Exploring Recent Breakthroughs in Fuel Cell Design with Becky Tomasek and Tom Rost, Director of Sales and Business Development (US) - Loop Energy.
The global market for fuel cells is projected to reach almost US$15 billion by 2027, driven by the technology's crucial role in building a clean and sustainable planet for future generations. Despite the research and improvements in fuel cell design and components made over the past several years, many issues still have to be addressed before they can finally be
Becky L. Tomasek, Global Vice President of Commercial Energy and Chemicals for CoorsTek, has more than 30 years of experience collaborating with customers in the energy, chemicals, and emerging renewable energy industry. Beginning her career as a manufacturing engineer and financial analyst at Dow Chemical, Tomasek has worked with petrochemical manufacturing, to wind turbine energy, and now the emergence of hydrogen technology. She has risen to the challenges that the evolving energy industry presents while innovating alongside her customers.
Tomasek has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Houston, a bachelor’s in chemical engineering, magna cum laude, from Texas A&M University and was recognized as a Top Woman in Energy in 2020 by the Denver Business Journal.