The California Hydrogen Business Council Appoints Jennifer Hamilton as Deputy Director
SACRAMENTO – Today, the California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC), the largest and most diverse industry trade association for hydrogen and fuel cells in the state, announced the appointment of Jennifer Hamilton as Deputy Director. Hamilton has most recently led operations for the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership, as well as development of national and global fuel cell and hydrogen safety, codes, and standards. As Deputy Director of the CHBC, she will drive education and outreach priorities, and lead several policy initiatives.
“We are so pleased to have Jennifer join our team. She is well-known and respected as a tireless advocate for hydrogen and fuel cells and for her collaborative approach to advance the industry,” said Katrina Fritz, CHBC Executive Director. “Our members will benefit greatly from the breadth and depth of her technical knowledge and leadership to grow the industry in California and beyond.”
“We greatly appreciate the key role that Jennifer has played in the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership for more than 16 years,” said Joe Cappello, board chair of the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership and CEO of Iwatani Corporation of America. “Her appointment as deputy director enhances opportunities for collaboration between the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership and CHBC.”
Jennifer will join the CHBC on April 3.
To find out more about the CHBC and its activities please visit www.californiahydrogen.org.
About the California Hydrogen Business Council
The California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) is comprised of 140 companies, agencies, and individuals involved in the business of hydrogen. The CHBC is committed to advancing the commercialization of hydrogen and fuel cells in energy and mobility sectors, including transportation, goods movement, and power generation to achieve California’s climate, air quality, and decarbonization goals. www.californiahydrogen.org