Members full spectrum of fuel cell and hydrogen technology supply chain at global event featuring President Obama.
Members of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) will showcase the latest fuel cell and hydrogen product advancements at the Group Exhibit Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Batteries at the Hannover Messe Trade Fair in Hannover, Germany, April 25-29, 2016.
The United States is the official 2016 Partner Country of the annual event and President Barack Obama is expected to attend the opening ceremony and tour the fair with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Batteries exhibition is Europes largest industry trade show for these energy technologies.
"Fuel cells and hydrogen technologies provide environmental and economic benefits for transportation, power generation and material handling markets today," says FCHEA president, Morry Markowitz. "It is very exciting to have such a wide diversity of FCHEA members at Hannover this year, showcasing the entire hydrogen and fuel cell supply chain."
FCHEA members exhibiting in Hall 27 include:
• Air Liquide, B50 - Industrial gas supplier of hydrogen and hydrogen fueling equipment
• AREVA H2Gen, C59 - Manufacturer of electrolyzers and hydrogen generators
• Connecticut Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coalition/CT Center for Advanced Technology, C38/1 - Coalition of state fuel cell and hydrogen companies and stakeholders
• CSA Group, D62 - Codes and standards development organization
• FuelCell Energy Solutions GmbH, B40 - Manufacturer of megawatt-class stationary fuel cell systems, a joint venture between FCHEA member FuelCell Energy, Inc. and Fraunhofer IKTS
• Hydrogenics, C65 - Manufacturer of fuel cell systems, electrolyzers, and power-to-gas energy storage technologies
• ITM Power, B66 - Manufacturer of electrolyzers, hydrogen fueling equipment, and power-to-gas energy storage technologies
• Linde, B71 - Industrial gas supplier of hydrogen and hydrogen fueling equipment
• McPhy Energy, D70 - Manufacturer of electrolyzers, hydrogen fueling, and energy storage technologies
• National Renewable Energy Laboratory, B32 - U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory
• Pajarito Powder, D31 - Manufacturer of non-platinum group metal and ultra-low platinum catalysts for fuel cells
• Proton OnSite, C70 - Manufacturer of electrolyzers and energy storage technologies
FCHEA automotive members Daimler, Honda, Hyundai and Toyota will provide fuel cell electric vehicles as part of Germanys Clean Energy Partnership fleet and ride and drive event at B56.
"Whether providing clean, reliable power to businesses, government facilities, utilities and communications networks, or zero-emission transportation options for material handling equipment, passenger vehicles, and buses, the fuel cell and hydrogen industry is moving forward around the world," says Markowitz. "FCHEAs members are leading the way."
For more information on FCHEA or any of its members, please visit http://www.fchea.org.