The staff of Fuel Cells 2000 maintains and regularly updates the Fuel Cells 2000 website and Fuel Cell Insider blog in addition to researching and writing original materials about the fuel cell industry such as reports, case studies and articles. The staff conducts outreach to a wide variety of audiences via participation in conferences, speeches and presentations to professional, governmental, policy and school groups, and engaging the media. Cumulatively, the staff of Fuel Cells 2000 has more than 50 years of experience in the fuel cell industry and brings insider knowledge about fuel cell industry to the public, free of charge.

Robert Rose is the Founding Executive Director of Breakthrough Technologies Institute and the U.S. Fuel Cell Council (now the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association), the trade association of the fuel cell industry. Throughout his more than 30 years in Washington, D.C., Bob has served in senior communications and policy positions in the U.S. government, as an advisor to state and regional governments, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector, and as an advocate for technologies benefiting society. Bob is the author of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen: The Path Forward, which contributed to Congressional approval of a public-private partnership to commercialize fuel cells and supporting infrastructure. In 2004, Bob received the Fuel Cell Seminar Award, the most prestigious its kind in the U.S. He has written or edited several handbooks on air quality and environmental policy, and authored hundreds of articles, speeches and reports. Bob has testified before Committees of Congress and made presentations to forums and technical conferences around the world. Bob has been a repeat guest on National Public Radio’s “Science Friday” and “Tech Tuesday,” and appeared on “The O’Reilly Factor.”

Jennifer Gangi is the Program Director of Fuel Cells 2000, overseeing the program’s outreach, analytical and informational activities. Jennifer contributes to and edits reports on fuel cell policy and markets; writes and places articles in outside publications; and gives presentations to various organizations and audiences. Jennifer also maintains the Fuel Cell Technology Update, a monthly newsletter with over 11,000 subscribers.

Sandra Curtin serves as Research Director at BTI, contributing to both Fuel Cells 2000 and the sustainable transit program. Sandra writes articles for end-user magazines, researches and co-writes special reports, and updates Fuel Cells 2000’s charts, databases and other website resources.


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