Founded in June 2001, the California Stationary Fuel Cell
Collaborative is a public-private partnership working to advance the deployment
of stationary fuel cells for distributed generation and other applications throughout the state
of California. It
is co-chaired by Mary D. Nichols, chair of the California
Air Resources Board, and Professor Scott Samuelsen,
director of the National
Fuel Cell Research Center at the University of California, Irvine.
The Collaborative is administered by the California Air Resources
Board. The Collaborative’s executive director is Michael
Tollstrup, chief of the Project Assessment Branch.
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Fuel Cells in the News
Hydrogen Education Foundation (HEF) 2016 Student Design Contest
Microgrids: This year's Contest challenges undergraduate and graduate student teams to develop a design for a hydrogen-based microgrid.
Winning team presents at the US Department of Energy's Annual Merit Review in Washington, DC.
Learn more at hydrogencontest.org
The H2 Refuel H-Prize is challenging America's innovators to deploy an on-site hydrogen generation system. Substantial prize for the best entry, based on technical and cost criteria.
For detailed information please visit the H2Refuel website: hydrogenprize.org