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The Hawaii Hydrogen Alliance (Maui/Hawaii) is a member-based non-profit seeking to advance green hydrogen projects from local renewable energy sources. Our focus is education of hydrogen and fuel cell applications, and development of Hawaii-based hydrogen and fuel cell projects for our members.
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The International Hydrogen Aviation Association (IHAA) is a non-profit organisation which promotes technical advancements in hydrogen aviation sector. The IHAA represents leading companies and institutions that are engaged in research, design & development, demonstration and commercialisation of hydrogen in aviation.
IHAA aims to bring together world’s specialised aviation companies, aircraft OEMs, aircraft operators, aviation ground support equipment suppliers, aviation onboard energy suppliers, aviation consultants, government organisations and councils with an interest in Hydrogen use in aviation. Organisations having interest in hydrogen use in aviation are encouraged to apply by completing the below membership enquiry form.
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Hydrogen Society of Australia (HSA) is dedicated to promoting significance of hydrogen as a clean fuel and energy storage solution, increasing the visibility and use of hydrogen, compiling and disseminating hydrogen industry information, fostering collaboration between stakeholders, developing effective strategic policies and initiatives to positively influence the political process, engaging all levels of government, as well as scientists, academics, business community and general public, fostering international collaboration to drive the global growth of the hydrogen sector, organising a range of hydrogen related events and projects.
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Address: 3300 Industrial Blvd. Suite 1000, West Sacramento, CA. 95691
Contact: Juan M Contreras; Events and Logistics Manager and Keith Malone; Government and Media Relations
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Founded in 1999, the California Fuel Cell Partnership is an industry/government collaboration aimed at expanding the market for fuel cell electric vehicles powered by hydrogen to help create a cleaner, more energy-diverse future with no-compromises zero emission vehicles. Staff from member organizations participate on standing committees and project teams that help ensure that vehicles, stations, regulations and people are in step with each other as the market grows. CaFCP’s success is directly linked to the commitment and involvement of our member organizations.
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The Colorado Hydrogen Network is a non-profit, membership-based business league. Its primary goal is to promote the environmental and economic benefits of hydrogen and fuel cell technology. The CHN is sponsored by Colorado Cleantech Industries Association (CCIA).
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Address: 7F., No. 16-8, Dehuei St., Jhongshan District, Taipei City 10461, Taiwan
Contact: Dr. Chunto Tso, Convenor; Dr. Meg Lin, CEO
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
The idea for Taiwan Fuel Cell Partnership was formed on the 6th July, 2001. The Partnership continues the mission of the Executive Yuan’s Fuel Cell Research and Development Society, to promote and develop the Taiwan’s fuel cell industry. In July, 2002 the Partnership was officially established with the support of the Executive Yuan (EY) Environmental Protection Administration and the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) Bureau of Energy. The Partnership combines the industry, the government, the academics and research societies to promote and develop both the fuel cell technology and industry in Taiwan.
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Slovak National Hydrogen Association started in 2018 as a part of the the hydrogen and fuel cell expert workgroup focusing on the implementation of the hydrogen technologies to the Slovak economy.
Strategic goal: climate change mitigation.
Economic goal: maintain the sustainable and competitive economy.
Ecological goal: transition to zero CO2 and emission-free industry, energy and transport.