Steve SzymanskiVice Chair

Steve Szymanski currently serves as Vice Chair of the CHBC and is Director of Business Development, Projects and Government at Nel Hydrogen. In this role, he is responsible for developing strategic relationships and advancing business and research opportunities with government agencies and government primes in regards to regenerative fuel cells, renewable hydrogen generation, and hydrogen fueling systems.

Szymanski’s previous experience includes several years as an engineer in the Electrochemical Products group at the Hamilton Standard Division of United Technologies. In this position, he supported the development of PEM electrolyzer and fuel cell technology for space and undersea applications. Subsequent to his tenure at Hamilton, Steve pursued a career in technical sales, working in the Process Chemical Division at Buckman Laboratories in Memphis, TN. After 9 years of developing sales territories throughout New England and advancing into sales management at Buckman, Steve joined Proton to contribute to the technical and business success of its PEM electrolyzer technology. He has a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Cornell University and a Master of Science in operations management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Today, October 13, 6 PM PT: @Hyundai's "Global Digital Premiere" of World's First Mass Produced Class 8 FC electric truck #XCIENT: Don't miss it: https://t.co/RS3yn63sUv

. @IEA World Energy Outlook has been released today!

The 2020s will need to bring rapid innovation and deployment of Low-carbon #hydrogen to be able to maintain a strong pace of emissions reductions post-2030.
👉https://t.co/b9p1uRPgEu

@CAHydrogen Executive Director outlines the important role #hydrogen fuel cells will play in the transportation market…via @ACTExpo: https://t.co/sgOUQOgH0F

Friday Fall Back: #FuelCell Electric Vehicle Beats Battery EV | Winter Test 2019 – @Hyundai_Global Nexo Versus @Tesla S-"Our conclusion from winter test : Hydrogen can replace diesel, batteries have a long way to go”--https://t.co/lnDFxFELq2 #HydrogenNow #fuelcells #decarbonise

Celebrating the completion and opening of 7 new Shell #Hydrogen stations in California. Great job by my team as well as our partners. This adds to the growing network! Watch the video: https://t.co/l6Y3kX2erU

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