Peter ThompsonProject Assistant

Peter Thompson supports senior CHBC staff in administrative and project activities, including research, membership support, event planning, and general administrative support. With his experience in supporting association management, Peter fills the key role of streamlining and unburdening senior staff from operational tasks.

Peter attended North Carolina State University where he received a B.A. in Communication Media in 2015,  with a Journalism minor. In the summer of 2014, Peter interned as a Demmer Scholar at the Forest Resources Association in Washington, DC, advocating for organizations and businesses in the forest products industry. After graduating, Peter worked for the Carolina Hurricanes Promotion and Fan Development Department. After one season with the Hurricanes, Peter accepted a Program Associate position with the Greater Raleigh Merchants Association, advocating for locally owned, independent businesses in Raleigh, NC. After one year in this role, Peter decided to find work advocating for clean energy solutions, a subject he is very passionate about.

Hydrogen #fuelcells are poised to be the next vessel propulsion system for large ships: https://t.co/08SigdVIuk #maritime #shipping #energy

Have you got a slot open on your calendar on Wednesday August 14th for an informative webinar on #hydrogen #fuelcell technology in the commercial transportation space? Sign up here https://t.co/Utb2E7jlrr @CAHydrogen #sustainable #fleet

“[Toyota] is planning a phased introduction of other FCV models, including a range of SUVs, pick-up trucks, and commercial trucks beginning around 2025, a source with knowledge of the automaker’s plans said.”

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#driveH2 #fuelcell

Congratulations to CHBC Members @GM, @nelhydrogen, @nikolamotor for successfully receiving @ENERGY funding for #hydrogen-related research in heavy-duty applications. Well done! All awards here: https://t.co/vgokGaGVsn

.@ToyotaMotorCorp wants to land a #HydrogenNow #FuelcellNow car on the moon. They’ve signed a joint agreement with Japanese aerospace agency @JAXA_en that will see the two organisations research and develop a manned lunar rover prototype https://t.co/oqAXZbin6i.

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