For Martina Steinkusz, Director of Market Development at the Renewable Hydrogen Alliance (RHA), 2020 turned out to be a watershed moment for the North West US’ renewable hydrogen industry. And it looks like 2021 is going to be just as exciting for her as she steps into the role of Interim Executive Director of RHA, beginning on 1st January.
Founded as a trade association in 2018 by Ken Dragoon, after two and a half years the Alliance is growing in membership and influence, as evidenced by several enacted and proposed state bills and legislative concepts targeting renewable hydrogen deployment, and concrete projects now in process.
Here Steinkusz shares highlights from 2020 and plans for 2021 in H2 View’s latest instalment of our AChristmas Twist: The 12 Days of Content series.
H2 View (H2V): As we’ve just heard, the Renewable Hydrogen Alliance was founded in 2018. Perhaps you could tell us a little about the association and your membership growth?
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