Throughout the course of the year, CGA staff presented at ten hydrogen conferences, sharing our Safety is Step One message with more than 32,000 conference attendees. Many of these events connected us with audiences well outside of our membership – from fueling station operators, to utility companies, to aviation and aerospace companies.
The Compressed Gas Association (CGA) has formed a new CGA Hydrogen Membership ensuring that perspectives from all segments of the hydrogen economy are represented as we continue to publish safety standards for this rapidly expanding industry.
CGA’s Hydrogen Technology Committee does important work to advance CGA’s safety-focused mission.
CGA has developed a new position statement PS-69, Liquefied Hydrogen Supply System Separation Distances.
This groundbreaking legislative package addresses a wide range of issues, including a $369 billion investment in climate and energy policies and many tax incentives for hydrogen.
If you have ever read a CGA publication, you may have noticed that each publication has a unique alphabetical and numerical identifier. But did you know that you can use the alphabetical identifier as a clue to help determine the expected content of the publication?
CGA offers a variety of hydrogen safety resources ranging from a library of 20+ technical standards to easy to understand safety videos.
We share highlights from CGA President Rich Gottwald’s presentation at the 2nd American Hydrogen Forum on February 17, 2022.
For hydrogen to fulfill its growth potential, consumers, customers, businesses, and regulators must feel completely confident in our industry’s culture of safety. But who decides what is ‘safe’?
CGA will continue to provide hydrogen safety standards for our members and other industry stakeholders to help them prepare safely for emerging hydrogen markets and technologies.
CGA is a leading authority on technical and safety information for the industrial, medical, and food gases industry in North America and around the world. Our members are committed to the continuous advancement of industry safety.
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