Vancouver Community College (VCC) has taken a major step forward in providing technician training for hydrogen fuel, having on Tuesday (August 24) joined Hydrogen BC, a regional branch of the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) in British Columbia.
The first academic member to join the group, VCC will now work to promote and accelerate the use of hydrogen technologies in British Columbia as the state strives to meet it net-zero targets.
Already working to achieve such targets, VCC is in the planning stages for technician training for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and is working with a major automotive manufacturer to develop FCEV training programmes.
Excited about both this and the college’s new membership, Ajay Patel, President of CEO of VCC, said, “VCC is excited to be the first post-secondary to join Hydrogen BC.
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