October 11, 2018 at 1:00 PM ET
Understanding the many channels of federal regulations that govern export control can be critical to a company’s future. Numerous regulations make it difficult for a company to maintain a sense of confidence that their export control program is current, sophisticated and robust enough to prevent stiff penalties. What makes these penalties even more frightening are the new cyber security requirements for all federal contractors.
This presentation provided an overview of the high-risk areas for export and cybersecurity violations, and what can be done to get into compliance quickly. In addition, the presentation reviewed system security changes that are needed to get your company into compliance with the new cyber requirements.
This webinar (recording) was a presentation of the Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster and the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association. For more information, please visit www.NEESC.org or www.FCHEA.org
Moderator: Jennifer Gangi, Director of Communications and Outreach, FCHEA
Natalie Real – Chief Administrative Officer & In-House Counsel, CCAT
Greg Bugbee, CISSP – CTO and Security Specialist, NOVUS Insight
The Hydrogen Safety Panel conducted training and stakeholder meetings in the following locations:
Connecticut: Sept 12, 2018 (training session and stakeholder meeting – 230 Ella T Grasso Blvd, New Haven, CT 06519)
9:00 am training session; 11:00 am stakeholder meeting; coordinated with the City of New Haven, Connecticut Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coalition, and the Greater New Haven Clean Cities Coalition (Slide Presentations: Training Session & Stakeholder Meeting)
Rhode Island: Sept 13, 2018 (training session – 1 Dixon St, Westerly, RI 02891)
1:00 PM training session; coordinated with the New England Association of Fire Marshals.
New Jersey: Sept 14, 2018 (training session and stakeholder meeting – 71 Dudley Rd, New Brunswick, NJ 08901)
11:30 AM training session and 2:30 PM stakeholder meeting; coordinated with the NJ Fuel Cell Coalition and NJ Clean Cities (Slide Presentations: Training Session & Stakeholder Meeting).
Massachusetts: Oct 1, 2018 (training session – Murray D. Lincoln Campus Center, 1 Campus Center Way, Amherst, MA 01003)
8:30 AM training session; coordinated with the New England Building Officials Education Association.
Massachusetts: Oct 4, 2018 (stakeholder meeting – Shell TechWorks, 281 Albany St, Cambridge, MA 02139)
Stakeholder meeting at 2:00 PM ET; coordinated with the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition.
Contact Paul Aresta at 860-282.4206 or email@example.com if you need more info.
These documents provide a one page summary for each of the state “Roadmaps”, as well as a regional summary. May 14, 2018
This paper identifies the business case for a 250 kg/day hydrogen fueling station to serve fleet vehicles, consistent with the Northeast Region FCEV Fleet Deployment Plan. May 7, 2018
This paper identifies the economic drivers and potential market factors for the use of high efficiency fuel cell distributed generation (DG) in Connecticut. May 1, 2018
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Thank you for your interest in this webinar.
This presentation provided an overview of how smaller, “behind the meter” fuel cells can improve reliability, and increase efficiency and sustainability. The presentation included a discussion of costs, benefits, safety, and performance for this technology.
This webinar was a presentation of the Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster and the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association. For more information, please visit www.NEESC.org or www.FCHEA.org
A 2018 Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Development Plan has been created for each state in the Northeast region (Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, New York, and New Jersey), with support from the United States (U.S.) Small Business Administration (SBA), to increase awareness and facilitate the deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.
The northeastern United States, including the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont, is a global leader in hydrogen energy and fuel cell development and production.
This Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Analysis (1-30-18) has been developed using a variety of public sources.
This Fuel Cell Electric Bus Analysis (1-23-18) has been developed using a variety of public sources.