Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association
Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association

Founding Year: 1989

Staff: 7

Budget: $1.6m (2019)

Frank Wolak (President & CEO)

An American association representing more than eighty-five leading organizations advancing the production, distribution, and use of innovative, clean, safe, and reliable hydrogen energy. Provides consistent industry voice to policymakers and regulators, driving support at the federal and state level.

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