The California Air Resources Board is a part of the California Environmental Protection Agency, an organization which reports directly to the Governor's Office in the Executive Branch of California State Government."
The California Fuel Cell Partnership expects to place up to 60 fuel cell vehicles on the road by the end of 2003. In addition to testing the fuel cell vehicles, the partnership is examining fuel infrastructure issues and beginning to prepare the California market for this new technology. "
The objectives of FCCJ are to examine specific issues affecting the commercialization and widespread use of fuel cells, and incorporate the findings into policy proposals with a view to enabling member companies to take steps to resolve the issues themselves, and having these findings reflected in government measures. Through this, the FCCJ can make an important contribution to the commercialization and widespread use of fuel cells in Japan, and to the growth of Japan's fuel cell industry.""
Fuel Cell Development Information Center was established in July 1986 to exchange information among its members on fuel cell RD & D (Research,Development and Deployment) aiming at the introduction and penetration of fuel cells in the market. Currently, FCDIC consists of 194 organizations, including major Japanese private companies and national organizations working on fuel cell development, 47 academic individuals, and 35 foreign members.""
Fuel Cell Markets is an interactive communication platform for the Hydrogen Economy, providing 24x7x365 exposure for Fuel Cell and Hydrogen industries. Amongst many other features, you can follow the latest developments, buy products, and look for opportunities within the industry..."""
Hinicio is a management consulting firm specialised at advising entrepreneurs, corporations, NGOs and public authorities on sustainable energy strategies integrating hydrogen & fuel cell solutions. We work with organisations for the development of business strategies and to support the implementation of concrete industrial projects.""""""""""
Fuel Cell Today is the global internet portal for companies and individuals with an interest in the commercialisation of fuel cells. It is your single, free source for comprehensive and authoritative fuel cell news, commentary, resources and business opportunities."
Fuel Cells Canada is a non-profit, national industry association. We are the prime source of services and support to Canadian corporations, educational institutions and business alliances promoting, developing, demonstrating, and deploying fuel cell and related products and services in Canada.
The German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (DWV) promotes and prepares the general introduction of hydrogen as an energy carrier in the economy. It supports research and development to contribute to a solution of the future energy problems and the protection of the foundations of our existence. "
Since our founding in 1997, we have established ourselves worldwide as a leading provider of education and demonstration models for conveying an understanding of fuel cell technology. In developing our models, we not only create experiments that are curriculum- compatible and ensure fast experiment set-up, but also give particular emphasis to attractive, functional design."
Welcome to "The Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Letter" website. Launched in May 1986 originally as "The Hydrogen Letter," our publication is the voice of the international hydrogen and fuel cell communities, covering events and developments in this emerging field as they occur. Every Month. Worldwide.
The IBZ is a joint undertaking of EWE AG (Oldenburg), MVV Energie AG (Mannheim), Ruhrgas AG (Essen) and VNG — Verbundnetz Gas Aktiengesellschaft (Leipzig). All four companies already have considerable experience in fuel-cell technology. Their common goal is to make "compact,” natural-gas-fueled stationary fuel cells for residential needs technically and economically competitive. "
The Methanol Institute (MI) and its research arm, the Methanol Foundation, represent the global methanol industry. Our mission is to expand markets for the use of methanol as a chemical commodity building block, a hydrogen carrier for fuel cell applications, and an alternative fuel. MI was formed in 1989, during the height of the Clean Air Act debate, and worked to help create the highly successful reformulated gasoline program.
The mission of the NFCRC is to facilitate and accelerate the development and deployment of fuel cell technology and fuel cell systems; promote strategic alliances to address the market challenges associated with the installation and integration of fuel cell systems; and to educate and develop resources for the various stakeholders in the fuel cell community.
The National Hydrogen Association is a membership organization founded by a group of ten industry, university, research, and small business members in 1989. Today the NHA’s membership has grown to nearly 70 members, including representatives from the automobile industry; aerospace; federal, state, and local government; energy providers; and many other industry stakeholders. The NHA serves as a catalyst for information exchange and cooperative projects and provides the setting for mutual support among industry, government, and research/academic organizations. "
Norwegian Hydrogen Forum, NHF, is a not-for-profit organisation to promote the environmental benefits of using hydrogen as an energy carrier. Members are Norwegian companies, universities/colleges, and research institutions with an interest in hydrogen. NHF is also open to individual membership.
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For the past 90 years, NETL has been at the forefront of research to advance fossil energy exploration, supply, and end-use technologies. We are proud of that history and our accomplishments. Now, as the newest of DOE’s national laboratories, we look forward to significantly expanding our role in developing new technologies and approaches that will assure the safe, clean, and affordable use of U.S. fossil energy resources through the 21st century.
The Hydrogen, Fuel Cells & Infrastructure Technologies Program integrates activities in hydrogen production, storage, and delivery with transportation and stationary fuel cell activities. It responds to several recommendations in the President's National Energy Policy, including the development of next generation technologies, establishment of an education campaign that communicates the potential benefits, and better integration of subprograms in hydrogen, fuel cells, and distributed energy.
The U.S. Fuel Cell Council is an industry association dedicated to fostering the commercialization of fuel cells in the United States. Our members include the world's leading fuel cell developers, manufacturers, suppliers and customers.