Massachusetts citizens pay a price for being at the end of the energy pipeline: increasing costs, supply volatility, and dependence on energy from outside the state and region. Massachusetts has the opportunity to significantly impact the local economy by leveraging the Commonwealth’s entrepreneurial know-how, venture capital, and quality workforce to bolster its leadership in the creation of advanced clean transportation solutions.

Hydrogen is an increasingly important part of the region’s current clean energy economy. Why? Simply put, hydrogen offers the benefits of electricity with the convenience of fuel. The result: Zero emissions. Zero compromise

As noted in CommonWealth magazine by Morry Markowitz, president of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, “The Bay State is already staking a claim to be the leader in the Northeast’s push for clean fuel cell vehicle technology.”

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Examples today include:

Massachusetts can build on these hydrogen fuel cell advancements. To go even further, the Commonwealth’s development authorities and policy makers can look to California for examples of successful hydrogen and fuel cell markets that can be adapted to meet the Northeast’s demands for transportation convenience, energy efficiency, and environmental health.

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The Washington Times:
Fuel Cells – The ‘Triple Crown’ Winner for America’s Energy Future

Nuvera Blog:
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