Hydrogen and fuel cell standards webpage launched

The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) has announced the launch of FuelCellStandards.com, a centralised, global tacker of hydrogen and fuel cell regulations, codes, and standards.

The new website tracks world-wide development of hundreds of industry standards with an easily searchable breakdown by application and region of origin and provides a detailed overview of each code, standard, and regulation.

FuelCellStandards.com was launched late last month through a collaboration between FCHEA, Kelvin Hecht, the website’s Editor, and the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

“Providing the important regulatory information available through FuelCellStandards.com is integral to advancing coordination and harmonisation of effort across countries and between organisations, industry, and governments,” said Morry Markowitz, President of FCHEA.

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