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The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) is the trade association for the fuel cell and hydrogen energy industry, and is dedicated to the commercialization of fuel cells and hydrogen energy technologies. Fuel cells and hydrogen energy technologies deliver clean, reliable power to leading edge corporate, academic and public sector users, and FCHEA members are helping to transform our energy future. FCHEA represents the full global supply chain, including universities, government laboratories and agencies, trade associations, fuel cell materials, components and systems manufacturers, hydrogen producers and fuel distributors, utilities and other end users.

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The Senate and House Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Caucus with links to congressional websites

Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Caucus

Senator Blumenthal speaks at the Senate Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Caucus Launch Event in 2012

Senator Blumenthal speaks at the Senate Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Caucus Launch Event in 2012

The House and Senate Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Caucuses were formed in 2005 to help educate members of Congress and the public on sustainable and resilient energy solutions for portable, stationery and transportation applications.

This bipartisan collection of lawmakers frequently sponsor legislation, host educational briefings, and share information with their colleagues and constituents on ways these technologies can improve our energy outlook.    


Senate Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Caucus - 113th Congress

Co-Chairs
Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
Chris Coons (D-DE) John Hoeven (R-ND)
Members
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) John Boozman (R-AR)
Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)
Jon Tester (D-MT)
Ron Wyden (D-OR)

House Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Caucus

Co-Chairs
Mike Doyle (D-PA) Charles Dent (R-PA)
John Larson (D-CT) Joe Wilson (R-SC)