Terry Kimmel Executive Director Canadian Hydrogen Association
Terry Kimmel is the Executive Director of the Canadian Hydrogen Association, a position he has held since October of 2005. Terry has been involved in the management of technology-intensive company's for the past 25 years. He has been active in the hydrogen and fuel cell sector for the past 10 years. With an academic background in chemistry (University of Oregon and Southern Alberta Institute of Technology), Terry's hydrogen and fuel cell sector experience includes business development activities with the National Research Council Canada, a vice president role with Energy Ventures Inc. (an early stage direct methanol fuel cell company), and as a Vice President with Pivotal Power Inc. (responsible for diversifying the company). Terry is well known in the North American Hydrogen and Fuel Cell sector and has an enviable network of contacts throughout Canada's energy industry. He was instrumental in organizing the Hydrogen Village project in Toronto and the Canadian Hydrogen Economy Development Cooperative, an effort to build infrastructure from Quebec City to Windsor. He has been involved in the development of both hydrogen and fuel cell roadmaps for Canada and has contributed to the National Roundtable on Environment and the Economy. He is currently involved in the development of a Hydrogen Production R&D Network involving both industry and academia.
The Canadian Hydrogen Association is pleased to announce the premiere of the book Smelling Land: The Hydrogen Defense Against Climate Catastrophe by David Sanborn Scott.
Smelling Land is about hydrogen systems and technologies, the essential component of any strategy that can give us a chance to escape climate catastrophe. The book explains how energy systems really work, the phenomena that drive climate change - and why any practical, comprehensive defense against climate catastrophe must have hydrogen at its core.
This is book is being published by the Canadian Hydrogen Association in sponsorship with Natural Resources Canada. Proceeds from the book are being donated by the publisher and author to a ‘Smelling Land Fund.' The Canadian Hydrogen Association will administer the fund, which will be used provide copies of Smelling Land for educational purposes.
The book is available for purchase at the site http://www.h2.ca/.