H2 Day 2016
2nd Annual National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day
National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day was created to help raise awareness of a clean energy technology that is here now. October 8th (10.08) was chosen in reference to the atomic weight of hydrogen (1.008)
Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA), its members, industry organizations, and state and federal governments are commemorating National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day with a variety of activities and events across the country.
See the latest developments below:
In commemoration of National Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Day, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released a new report showing continued momentum and growth in the fuel cell industry and announced a notice of intent to invest $30 million to advance fuel cell and hydrogen technologies.
There will be a celebration going on in the Berkeley Hills this weekend, and it’s not just a student party or football game. Rather, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (Berkeley Lab) and from all over the world will be celebrating the second annual National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day on Saturday, October 8, 2016.
TORRANCE, Calif. – Honda is joining with organizations across America in celebrating National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day (www.hydrogenfuelcellday.org) to raise awareness of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies that can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while increasing the nation's energy security.
To Commemorate National Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Day in 2016, Sandia National Laboratories will be hosting a series of events over the course of the next week.
On Monday, October 3rd, several government agencies and industry held an event celebrating National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day.
FCHEA has published again this year promotional signs so that anyone can join in the commemoration of National Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Day.
On September 26, 2016, the U.S. Senate passed Senate Resolution 573 which designates October 8, 2016 as National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day. The Resolution was introduced by Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Lindsay Graham (R-SC).