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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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FCHEA Launches Zero Emissions, Zero Compromise Outreach Program

Eric Parker

To cap off 2016's National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day, FCHEA launched the new campaign and dedicated website, www.zeroemissions.org, to capstone National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day, officially recognized on October 8. 

Hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles (FCVs), the next generation of electric cars, are already making their mark with California drivers, and the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) wants to expand the experience to the northeastern states. FCHEA is launching “Zero Emissions. Zero Compromise.” to emphasize the driving excitement of emissions-free FCVs and the important roles they play by fostering technological innovation, curbing transportation-related emissions, and increasing U.S. energy independence. 

Fuel cells generate electricity using hydrogen electrochemically, not by combustion, so the only byproducts are water vapor and heat. Today, hydrogen is produced from renewable local sources such as wind, solar, and biogas, and from America’s abundant natural gas supply. 

Find out more at http://www.zeroemissions.org/