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Interested in posting your organization’s hydrogen and fuel cell job opportunities? Contact Peter Thompson at pthompson@californiahydrogen.org

21-57528 – Hydrogen Commercial Development Manager

Responsible for leading, planning, developing, managing, and implementing infrastructure projects, initiatives, policies and programs related to hydrogen. Responsible for the development of strategic analysis and communication as it relates to hydrogen and aligning it with the overall SDG&E strategy and sustainability plan. Acts as a representative of SDG&E across commercial, local, state, and federal domains, and provides subject matter expertise on project development, policy outreach, customer education and other stakeholder activities. Provides direction to a team of engineers and project managers/market advisors (both internal and external) and is responsible for budget and resource planning.

Additional information here: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=2168707&d=Confidential&r=5000682726006#/

Hyundai Nexo Awarded Five Stars in Green NCAP-A #fuelcell vehicle powered exclusively by #hydrogen & only emission is #water, NEXO received highest score of 10.0 in categories “#cleanair” & “greenhouse gases”-https://t.co/5UVN3BhJdX #HydrogenNow #fuelcells #zeroemissions #H2

“It’s the only known 0 emissions...solution for enabling this massive & long-duration storage on the grid...we can’t keep installing more batteries & make it through the year.” NFCRC Dir. Jack Brouwer on the value H2 provides for unused solar & energy wind https://t.co/joxm1DcQkt

Join us for the third briefing in the California Hydrogen Policy Series. Our special guest, BloombergNEF, will talk about low-cost, renewable hydrogen around the globe, including California.

Register and more at https://t.co/rwHOHyyg4y.

#hydrogen #California

What is common:
🦀 between crabs and #batteries? 🔋
🐕🦛🐳 and between dogs, hippos, whales and #hydrogen #fuelcells? 💧

A coalition of 62 OEMs, technology providers, refueling infrastructure and hydrogen providers, truck operators, and related industry associations released a statement committing to deploy up to 100,000 fuel cell heavy-duty trucks from 2030 onwards.

https://t.co/UdL2iJQhyu

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