Who We Are

The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) is a national, non-profit sector association comprising industry, academia, research agencies and other stakeholders focused on advancing the use of clean hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and products to help tackle our world’s most critical energy challenges.

With a 100-year legacy of industry and research expertise, Canada’s hydrogen and fuel cell sector is a global leader as a result of our pioneering technologies and a strong history of partnerships between industry, academia, governments and other international professional associations.  The CHFCA has played a key role in this leadership.

Our mission is to champion the Canadian hydrogen and fuel cell sector and accelerate the adoption of our members’ products and services, in Canada and abroad, by:

  • Enhancing business opportunities for members through networking and market development opportunities;
  • Promoting the economic, environmental and societal benefits of hydrogen and fuel cell energy solutions with policy makers to create an enabling environment for their increased adoption;
  • Supporting the development of regulations, codes and standards to ensure the safe and widespread application of hydrogen and fuel cell products; and,
  • Increasing the literacy of hydrogen and fuel cells through relevant communications channels so businesses, investors, media, the general public and other stakeholders understand their relevance and opportunities within the energy sector.

Board of Directors

The Association’s Board of Directors plays an active role in providing foresight and oversight to the management of the CHFCA as well as overseeing its financial and governance policies.

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CHFCA's management team leads the organization consistent with the Board’s direction, including the day-to-day running of the Association. Management brings opportunities, analyses and recommendations forward, and helps keep the Board informed as to sector-related advancements and opportunities influencing the future of hydrogen and fuel cells.

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