Hydrogen in a time of COVID-19

News is bleak.  Revenues are crashing as markets dry up and operations are compromised.  Companies are making the tough choice whether to lay off employees and risk losing vital talent.  Everyone is concerned about families and essential workers. In this environment and with apologies to writer Gabriel Garcia Marques, who asked if love was possible in a time of cholera, I similarly wonder…is it possible to have hydrogen in a time of COVID-19?

My belief?  Like love, hydrogen is essential and will find a way. Fortunately, it appears the members of the CHFCA feel the same way.

A few weeks ago, as the crisis was unfolding, I was at a service station in the Lower Mainland to record the first fill at a new hydrogen fueling station. It was a gorgeous, sunny day, perfect for an opening. I approached Colin Armstrong, CEO of HTEC for a statement.

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