Canada Renewable Hydrogen Alliance reveals new consortium to support domestic fuel cell and green hydrogen supply chains

The Canada Renewable Hydrogen Alliance (CRENHA) on Friday (March 25) revealed the creation of a public-private consortium to bridge gaps in the domestic fuel cell and green hydrogen materials and technologies supply chain.

To build bridges across hydrogen ecosystem, the CRENHA unveiled the creation of FCH-Bridge, a new public-private consortium committed to accelerating the development of a robust and secure domestic supply chain for fuel cell and green hydrogen technologies.

FCH-Bridge is expected to focus on bringing key stakeholders together to improve the green hydrogen supply chain and fuel cell manufacturing and marks the “first” collaboration of its kind in Canada green hydrogen industry, the group said.

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