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HANNOVER MESSE 2018, 23 - 27 April
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Canadian Hydrogen & Fuel Cell

Logo Canadian Hydrogen & Fuel Cell
Exhibition stand
Hall 27, Stand D64/1
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Topic: Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries
Co-exhibitor with
Renz FAIR, Tobias

Company Data

Canadian Hydrogen & Fuel Cell
Association

No.660 475 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 4M9
Canada
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Fax: +1 604 683 6345

Facts

Type of company
Association (professional)

Year founded
2000

No. of employees
1-10 (Status: 2011)

Company profile

The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) is a national, non-profit association that supports Canadian corporations, governments and educational institutions that are developing, demonstrating and deploying hydrogen and fuel cell products and services in Canada. The CHFCA was formed in January 2009 when the Canadian Hydrogen Association (CHA) and Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Canada (H2FCC) merged together. The merge united all of the members of the former groups to create a vibrant, influential association. With offices in both Vancouver and Ottawa, the CHFCA now represents the majority of the stakeholders in Canada's hydrogen and fuel cell sector.

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Industry Association

Our members work on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, components, systems supply and integration, fuelling systems, fuel storage, and engineering and financial services. Globally, hydrogen and fuel cell products are moving towards commercialization. The Canadian sector is a global leader as a result ...read more

Fuel Cells

What do houses, buses, laptops, forklifts and cars have in common? They can all be powered using fuel cells. A fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device that uses hydrogen or other fuels to produce electricity, water, and heat. It operates much like a battery but does not require electrical ...read more

Hydrogen

We are all thinking differently about energy - how we use it, and where it comes from. Hydrogen is the universe's most common and simplest element and as a fuel provides benefits to energy security, the environment and economic growth. Consisting of one proton and one electron, it is almost never ...read more

The Need For Clean Energy

Energy fuels human endeavor. We use energy to heat our homes, transport us down the block or across the world, to harvest our wheat and bake our bread. Today, we largely rely on fossil fuels to meet our energy needs. Future generations will need to use energy very differently than we do. Consider these ...read more

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