Whilst 2019 was an impressive year for both the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) and the industry at large, there is still much more to be done.
FCHEA President Morry Markowitz said it’s crucial that the community stays united while facing the continuing commercialisation, regulatory and public policy challenges that arise as existing markets expand and new ones are created.
“Those efforts will only be achievable if the fuel cell and hydrogen sector and our allies speak with a single, clear, and persuasive voice that reflects the technologies’ full breadth, economic and environmental benefits, current successes, and future potential,” Markowitz said.
“That is why FCHEA is so vital at the federal, state, and local level here in the US, and to represent the industry and markets globally.”
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