Who We Are
The NJ Fuel Cell Coalition is an ad hoc group of industry, academic, and government leaders working collectively to strengthen New Jersey’s fuel cell and hydrogen industries, and to assist the State in meeting its clean energy and energy resiliency goals.
What We Do
The NJ Fuel Cell Coalition (NJFCC) achieves its goals by:
- Educating New Jersey stakeholders about fuel cells and hydrogen and their economic and environmental benefits;
- Fostering policies to accelerate adoption of the technologies in New Jersey;
- Coordinating fuel cell and hydrogen activities in the State; and
- Collaborating and coordinating with the Federal government and with other States, particularly those in the Northeast region.
How We Are Organized
The NJ Fuel Cell Coalition (NJFCC) was established by Breakthrough Technologies Institute, Inc., a private, independent nonprofit organization. NJFCC is affiliated with the Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster (NEESC), which is administrated by the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technologies. The Coalition collaborates with New Jersey Clean Cities, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, National Fuel Cell Research Center at University of California – Irvine, Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition, Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership, Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition, and Hydrogen House Project.