The American Hydrogen Association (AHA) is a non-profit association of individuals and institutions, technical and non-technical, who are dedicated to the advancement of inexpensive, clean and safe hydrogen energy systems.
The Connecticut Hydrogen-Fuel Cell Coalition, administered by the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, is comprised of representatives from Connecticut?s fuel cell and hydrogen industry, labor, the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund and others.
The Hydrogen Analysis Resource Center provides well-documented, reliable data to be used for hydrogen-related analytical activities. These data can serve as the basis for calculations, modeling, and other analytical activities.
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This blog is about hydrogen cars, vehicles, infrastructure and the upcoming hydrogen economy. We will explore the technology behind hydrogen cars and the exciting industry news that will shape our new H2-centered world.
The project brings together 31 partners from industry, Government, academic and consulting organisations. Some of the worlds leading automotive and technology development companies, major energy companies, policy developers and transport operators.