FCHEA advocates for federal and state incentives that help stimulate adoption of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies. Fuel cell and hydrogen technologies have the potential to dramatically reduce America’s greenhouse gas emissions, diminish our nation’s oil imports, and create jobs.
Current federal incentives in place include the Business Energy Investment Tax Credit and the Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit.
The Fuel Cell Motor Vehicle Tax Credit, Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit, and Excise Tax Credit for Liquefied Hydrogen expired at the end of 2017. FCHEA is working hard with our champions in Congress, member companies, and other industry associations to reinstate these tax credits.
For more information on the Federal Investment Tax Credit for Fuel Cell Systems, please see our flyer here.
For more information on the Fuel Cell Motor Vehicle and Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure Tax credits, please see our FAQ sheet here.