Become a Member

The Colorado Hydrogen Network is now accepting membership applications.  Please consider joining and fill out the request form here.

Benefits of Membership

  • Support CHN to help us carry on the work of connecting stakeholders and being an advocate for hydrogen technology in Colorado

  • Network with other industry leaders, universities, labs and governmental agencies at our meetings and events

  • Participate in advocacy to encourage all levels of Colorado government to support fuel cell and hydrogen technology research, development, and deployment

  • Educate the public, media and end users on the economic and environmental benefits of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies

  • Help shape the Colorado Hydrogen Roadmap

  • Propose initiatives for CHN to pursue

  • Participate in a clearinghouse for news, events, funding opportunities, and industry updates, to provide crucial insight for your business or organization

Business Members

The following companies are members of the Colorado Hydrogen Network (CHN).‚Äč

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The Colorado Cleantech Industries Association (CCIA) supports and fosters clean industries and organizations, like Colorado Hydrogen Network, through advocacy, funding, mentorship, networking and public awareness.  The CCIA offices are the site for the regular meetings of CHN.

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Colorado State University supports the Colorado Hydrogen Network with connections to its network of hydrogen technology scientists, engineers and businesses.  The CSU Energy Institute in Fort Collins provides data, analysis and testing as well as hosting Colorado Hydrogen Network special meetings.

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NREL advances the science and engineering of energy efficiency, sustainable transportation, and renewable power technologies and provides the knowledge to integrate and optimize energy systems.

NREL's hydrogen and fuel cell research and development (R&D) focuses on developing, integrating, and demonstrating hydrogen production and delivery, hydrogen storage, and fuel cell technologies for transportation, stationary, and portable applications.

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Starfire Energy manufactures systems which economically generate ammonia (NH3) from renewable energy, air and water – no CO2.  Ammonia can be used directly for agriculture, ammonia-to-hydrogen fuel cells, internal combustion engines, or burners.  Ammonia is also an easier way to store and transport hydrogen.  Hydrogen (and nitrogen) can be liberated from the ammonia using Starfire Energy's lower-temperature cracker.

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The Renewable Hydrogen Alliance is an advocacy organization formed to promote using surplus renewable electricity to create climate-neutral fuels.  It is supported by Northwest Natural and Puget Sound Energy and aided by the Bonneville Environmental Foundation and along with advisors David White, Gerry Snow, Kris Nelson and Michelle Detweiler.

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Lightning Systems designs and manufactures zero-emission all-electric powertrains for medium and heavy-duty vehicles, including delivery trucks, shuttle buses, passenger vans, chassis-cab models, and city transit buses.

Vairex is a manufacturer and supplier of advanced compressor systems to the global fuel cell industry. Fuel cells run on hydrogen and air, with VAIREX a leading supplier of this critical component. The company’s headquarters are in Boulder, Colorado with customers in 23 countries and sales offices in Tokyo, Shanghai and Seoul.

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Innosphere Ventures is Colorado’s leading science and technology incubator, accelerating the success of high-impact startup and scaleup companies with a venture capital fund, a robust incubation program, and facilities.  The Innosphere Ventures program focuses on ensuring companies are investor-ready by connecting entrepreneurs with experienced advisors, making introductions to corporate partners, exit planning, accelerating top line revenue growth, and more.

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Czero is an engineering service company specializing in developing innovative technologies for our clients that reduce energy consumption and harmful emissions.  Industries include automotive/heavy truck, cleantech, aerospace, oil& gas, fluid power and defense. Our clients include the Department of Energy, Department of Defense, Universities and companies of all sizes, including start-ups.

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Established in December 2019, the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association is the leading industry association for the hydrogen sector in Asia-Pacific. The Asia-Pacific Hydrogen acts as the regional platform for all stakeholders in the hydrogen industry to collectively promote the best interests of the hydrogen sector. Our members include utilities, power project developers, equipment manufacturers, technical consultants, financial institutions, regional associations and other institutions in the hydrogen sector.

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The Southern Colorado Clean Cities (SoCO CC) Coalition is a neutral consult for organizations wanting to learn more about alternative fuels and petroleum reduction strategies for their vehicle fleets.  SoCO CC has been working locally to displace petroleum in the transportation sector in order to increase our energy security, support our domestic economy, and improve air quality for the benefit of public health and the environment.

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The Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition works with vehicle fleets, fuel providers, community leaders, and other stakeholders to save energy and promote the use of domestic fuels and advanced vehicle technologies in transportation.  Clean Cities, is part of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DoE) Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO)

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Northern Colorado Clean Cities (NCCC), is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Cities Program. As part of the DoE's Vehicle Technologies Program, Clean Cities advances the nation's economic, environmental, and energy security by supporting local actions to reduce the use of imported petroleum in transportation. Clean Cities provides tools and resources for voluntary, community-centered programs to reduce consumption of petroleum-based fuels. 

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The Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory is an inter-institutional R&D collaboration of four leading Colorado research institutions:

  • Colorado State University (CSU)

  • Colorado School of Mines (CSM)

  • University of Colorado, Boulder (CU-Boulder)

  • U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Collectively, the participating institutions conduct over USD $1 Billion in scientific and technological research annually.

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The Institute for Shipboard Education (ISE) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Fort Collins, Colorado that administers the Semester at Sea study abroad program in conjunction with the Colorado State University. The mission of ISE is to educate individuals with the global understanding necessary to address the challenges of our interdependent world.

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Xavier d’Hubert is an independent consultant active at the interconnection of the power and energy intensive industries. He supports his clients including John Cockerill Energy (large electrolyzers OEM) in developing behind the meter micro-grids/energy storage/green hydrogen plants.

HydroCosm provides a green hydrogen fuel solution for municipal, industrial and irrigation water operators.  The Company's systems recover clean energy from excess pressure within existing solid pipe water infrastructure to power electrolysis and local hydrogen fuel production including dispensers for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs).

Contributing Organizations

The following organizations are not members of the Colorado Hydrogen Network, but engage in frequent information exchange with CHN regarding hydrogen technology and deployment:

The Colorado Hydrogen Network 

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