The California Hydrogen Business Council Appoints Jennifer Hamilton as Deputy Director
SACRAMENTO, CA – March 22, 2023 – 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
California Hydrogen Business Council Adds Three to Leadership Team
Katrina Fritz named Executive Director; Teresa Cooke and Mikhael Skvarla to advise on policy SACRAMENTO, C.A., September 19, 2022 – Today, the California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC), the largest and most diverse industry trade association for hydrogen and fuel cells in the state, formally confirmed the appointment of Katrina Fritz to Executive Director for the
The California Hydrogen Business Council Appoints Interim Executive Director Katrina Fritz, Focuses on Achieving Critical Policy and Industry Goals
SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 23, 2022 – 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 Katrina Fritz as the organization’s Interim Executive Director. As Interim Executive Director of the CHBC, Fritz will guide the organization as chief
California Hydrogen Leadership Summit Speakers to Discuss Public Policy
SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, organizers announced the final speaker lineup and session topics for the California Hydrogen Leadership Summit, a new event created to help policymakers attain ambitious decarbonization and air quality goals by stimulating the production, storage, and use of renewable hydrogen. The summit will provide attendees with insights
December 16 CHBC Briefing: Hydrogen’s Role in the Transportation Sector
ARB and CEC recently passed significant funding packages that support charging and hydrogen fueling ZEV infrastructure, recognizing the importance of investing in multiple ZEV options to meet the state’s climate goals. However, more support is needed.
December 2 CHBC Briefing: The Interplay between Electricity, Hydrogen and Natural Gas
The curtailment of renewable generation has increased significantly over the last few years in California, and is starting to affect the deployment of new renewable generation. Hydrogen can provide a lot of value, as an energy storage medium, transportation fuel, and to firm up the grid and increase resiliency, especially when produced from low-cost electricity.