Editor’s note: The wind industry and utilities should find this of interest because the hydrogen generated for use in fuel cells will probably be electrolized from water using lots of electricity. If successful in cars, fuel cells will find their way into light trucks and eventually larger vehicles.
With interest in fuel cells growing around the nation, the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) today launched its new website to help the public understand the many benefits of fuel cell technology. The website – www.fchea.org – reflects the industry’s continued commitment to educate consumers, policy makers, and others through the internet and digital media, as well as public forums and traditional communications.
The new website allows FCHEA to more easily explain the basics of hydrogen, fuel cells, and their many applications. Photos and other digital content, along with responsive design and user-friendly navigation make the site a go-to resource regarding fuel cell technology, public policy, FCHEA’s members, and more.
“With this new website, FCHEA is able to better represent the growing fuel cell and hydrogen energy sector, and provide visitors with up-to-date information on the latest technology, business and policy developments,” said FCHEA President and Executive Director Morry B. Markowitz. “With fuel cells rising in public consciousness, we want to be sure the public understands how this green technology can improve the environment, promote energy security, and create well-paid jobs across the nation.”
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