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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 Hosts Congressional Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Education Tour to Member Facilities in Delaware and Maryland

Justin Lewis

 Congressional Staffers Board one of University of Delaware's Fuel Cell Hybrid Buses, Powered by Ballard Power (Source: UDaily)

Congressional Staffers Board one of University of Delaware's Fuel Cell Hybrid Buses, Powered by Ballard Power (Source: UDaily)

On March 22, the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association hosted a field trip for several congressional staffers to visit member company locations in Delaware and Maryland. The stops included a tour of W. L. Gore's MEA Manufacturing Plant in Elkton, Maryland, a demonstration of a Ballard Power fuel cell bus fleet at the University of Delaware's STAR campus, a viewing of Bloom Energy's 3 MW fuel cell installation at a DelMarVa Power substation, and a visit to Air Liquide's Research and Technology Center in Newark, Delaware.

University of Delaware's press, UDaily, covered the stop at their STAR Campus, which is also the site of a soon-to-be-completed Bloom Energy manufacturing facility. The UDaily article is available online here.