GENH2 WELCOMED INTO THE CRYOGENIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA
A Leader in Liquid Hydrogen Infrastructure is One of Six New Worldwide Corporate Sustaining Members
Titusville, Fla. (December 17, 2021) – GenH2, a leader in liquid hydrogen infrastructure, has been welcomed into the Cryogenic Society of America (CSA) as one of the organization’s newest Corporate Sustaining Members. The CSA, which has a total of 134 Corporate Sustaining Members, is a non-profit technical society serving all those interested in any phase of cryogenics, the art and science of achieving extremely low temperatures – almost absolute zero.
GenH2 is recognized for its contributions to research and development of technologies that drive commercialization of cryogenic solutions for the industry. Led by Cody Bateman, a widely recognized visionary in the hydrogen economy, and James E. Fesmire, a world class cryogenic engineer, scientist, and leading hydrogen technologies expert, GenH2 is currently focused on the mass production of liquid hydrogen infrastructure solutions necessary for the transition to a clean energy economy. GenH2 is also producing enabling technologies that support that mission, such as the Macroflash test instrument for complex materials thermal characterization.
“We are thrilled to be a corporate sustaining member of CSA,” said James E. Fesmire, Chief Technology Officer at GenH2 and former President of the Cryogenic Society of America. “We believe that cryogenic technology has the power to advance the world’s clean energy mission and are excited to join fellow members of this forward-looking organization to support our many common goals. For example, the development of safety and design standards are needed for liquid hydrogen adoption in new commercial uses and those that are closer to the public square. From technical matters to current events, the Cold Facts magazine and other publications of the CSA are a valuable resource to all.”
CSA’s Corporate Sustaining Member companies worldwide have joined together to promote their products and services and to continue their essential research for the international cryogenics’ community. Key cryogenic technologies are at a tipping point for broader adoption in energy and transportation sectors and the continued dissemination of information and the forums for communication that the CSA provides are vital for continued growth and progress in industry, academia, and government institutions.
For more information, visit www.DiscoverHydrogen.com.
About the CSA
The CSA was formed in 1964 and derived most of its initial members from the aerospace industry. However, the membership is now diversified to include engineers, physicists, other scientists, sales representatives, technicians, all levels of management, systems designers and operators and a host of other occupations — with a wide range of academic degrees and from more than 47 countries. In 1971, the Helium Society was incorporated into CSA. Learn more at https://cryogenicsociety.org.
GenH2 is an industry leader in hydrogen infrastructure solutions. The Titusville, Florida-headquartered technology company was founded by Cody Bateman, who is widely recognized as a visionary and expert in this industry. The GenH2 team includes former NASA researchers and developers who possess decades of experience researching, engineering, and producing hydrogen solutions. GenH2 is focused on the mass production of infrastructure equipment necessary for the transition to a clean energy economy. GenH2 technology will allow safe onsite production, storage, and distribution of pure liquid hydrogen, making the product accessible for everyday use. GenH2’s innovative approaches include filling station solutions and servicing systems to make clean hydrogen readily available on-site for a host of end-use applications; the company has plans to deliver its product to hundreds of locations across the country in the coming years. Learn more about GenH2 at www.DiscoverHydrogen.com.
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