Shell Canada joins the CHFCA as Executive Member

September 22, 2021 —The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) is pleased to announce that Shell Canada has joined as an Executive Member.



Susannah Pierce, President and Country Chair, Shell Canada:

“Hydrogen and fuel cell technology will both play an important role in helping Canada achieve its net zero ambitions. Collaboration between governments, companies and society will be crucial in the journey and we are excited to be joining the CHFCA and working with members in helping to grow a world-leading hydrogen economy in Canada.”

Mark Kirby, President and CEO, Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA):

““The energy sector will be crucial to the successful commercialization of hydrogen energy both as suppliers of clean hydrogen and as customers seek to reduce their own emissions.  Shell has a wealth of expertise in developing hydrogen opportunities around the world and we are pleased that they are joining the CHFCA to lend their strength to Canada’s leading hydrogen and fuel cell sector.”


About the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA)

The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) is a national association that supports industry, academia, government agencies, financial organizations and other stakeholders focused on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and products.  As the collective voice of Canada’s world-leading hydrogen and fuel cell sector, the CHFCA’s mission is to strengthen Canadian leadership, raise awareness of the benefits of the technology, and accelerate the adoption of its members’ products and services in Canada and abroad.  The CHFCA currently has more than 120 members across Canada and regional branches in British Columbia, Quebec and Ontario. You can also follow CHFCA on Twitter at @PoweringNow or visit for more information.


About Shell Canada

Shell has been operating in Canada for more than 100 years and remains committed to the country’s energy future. Shell’s footprint in Canada includes a 40% interest in LNG Canada; shale gas positions in British Columbia (Groundbirch) and shale gas and liquids positions in Alberta (Gold Creek); the Scotford Complex in Alberta, identified as one of Shell’s five high value energy and chemicals parks; investments in cleaner energy including the first waste to-low-carbon-fuels plant in Québec; and a growing Retail business with around 1,400 Shell-branded sites across Canada, among others.