GenH2 joins the California Hydrogen Business Council

GenH2 joins the California Hydrogen Business Council

The California Hydrogen Business Council roster includes companies like Chart Industries, BMW, Linde and Trillium.

GenH2 announced the company has joined the California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC). The membership-based trade association is comprised of over 140 companies, agencies and individuals involved in the business of hydrogen.

“The California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) welcomes our newest member, GenH2,” Executive Director Katrina Fritz said, noting that “GenH2 is a technology leader focused on mass-producing light-scale equipment to speed infrastructure buildout and make hydrogen accessible for everyday use. We are glad to have them join the CHBC.”

As the advocate for hydrogen and fuel cells in California, GenH2 said CHBC is relevant across all sectors of the hydrogen and fuel cell industries, including infrastructure, vehicles, heavy-duty transport and renewable hydrogen and energy storage, which GenH2 said is its focus. CHBC’s membership includes such industry leaders as Chart Industries, BMW North America, Hyundai Motor America, Linde, Nikola Motor Company and Trillium-A Love’s Company, according to GenH2.

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