Diane MossAdvisor

Diane Moss is CHBC’s Policy Director. Diane joined CHBC as a policy consultant in 2017, as part of her roster of clients at dima Communications & Strategic Partnerships, which she founded in 2006 and where she is an independent consultant focused on energy policy, government relations, and sustainability related communications and campaigns for a broad range of entities from non-profits, clean tech, and utilities sector, among others. She additionally serves as South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Board Consultant and Sustainability Consultant to Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn. She served as SCAQMD Board Consultant to Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl in 2017. She is also a Founder and Director of the Renewables 100 Policy Institute, a nonprofit founded in 2007. Her writing on renewable energy related issues has been published in Wall Street Journal, Beam, Today’s Facility Manager, and Cleantechnica, among others, and she is a regular contributor to the Associated Press. She was also U.S. Policy Advisor to World Future Council, and from 2008-2011, she served as Environmental Deputy to United States Congressmember Jane Harman. Ms. Moss studied at Harvard University and New York University and completed a thesis program in political science in Paris with professors from L’Institut d’Etudes Politques, University of Paris, and HEC. As a high school student, she was an intern to the Costa Rican Ambassador to UNESCO in Paris.

The new fund will prioritise investments in “green” hydrogen, which is produced by electrolysis using renewable energy sources such as wind, solar and hydro, according to the prospectus.

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#hydrogen #investment

#HyPoint today said that it has hired several new key executives to drive its’ technology development and go-to-market strategy. The company also announced it has joined the #California #Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC)

#H2View #hydrogennow @CAHydrogen
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True Zero’s Fountain Valley hydrogen station is open for business! This station is a first for California: a capacity of 1200 kilograms and can fill four cars at one time!

And more to come!

See all of California's hydrogen stations at https://t.co/nsEX8prASh.

#driveH2

.@goOCTA is testing #fuelcell electric buses as part of broader plan to convert its entire fleet to 100% #zeroemission technology by 2040. OCTA joins a growing number of transit agencies deploying #hydrogen powered #FCEBs #theotherelectricbus https://t.co/0g2FlaR4Jk

@nelhydrogen receives orders for multiple hydrogen fuel stations in the US for a total value of around NOK 150 million.

🇧🇻 great job NEL!

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