Fuel Cell, Hydrogen Association Introduces Resource Guides

Posted by Lauren Tyler on July 18, 2016 No Comments
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The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA), the trade association dedicated to the commercialization of fuel cells and hydrogen energy technologies, says it has released two new resources that confirm the widespread impact these technologies are making on today’s energy landscape: the FCHEA Member Product Guide and the Member and Media Guide.

According to the association, the new FCHEA Member Product Guide highlights the range of commercially available products, covering the entire fuel cell and hydrogen supply chain – from components to complete fuel cell systems and fuel cell vehicles, as well as the hydrogen generation, delivery and storage technologies helping fuel them. The guide also features other services FCHEA members provide, including laboratory space, research and development, testing, certification, and engineering.

The FCHEA says that the second resource, the Member and Media Guide, provides a detailed overview of FCHEA’s members and includes media contact information for each organization.

Both publications are vital resources for journalists, government officials, energy experts and customers interested in fuel cell and hydrogen technologies to see the scope of FCHEA members and the broad range of products available in the market today.

“FCHEA members truly represent the full spectrum of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies,” says FCHEA’s president, Morry Markowitz. “Through innovation, attention to the marketplace and the delivery of high-demand products, the fuel cell industry in the U.S. and around the world is fulfilling a wide range of energy needs. These new publications provide a helpful, easy-to-use and impressive overview of our industry.”

FCHEA members include fuel cell manufacturers, fuel providers, automakers, component suppliers, national laboratories and other organizations in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., France, Germany, Sweden, South Africa and Japan.

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