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NETWORK

KEY FOUNDING MEMBERS

The University of California (UC) is the world’s leading public research university system. With 10 campuses, 5 medical centers, 3 national labs and a statewide network of researchers and educators with a presence in every county. UC is committed to leading on climate change and actively engages in research, innovation, and partnerships to develop and implement renewable energy solutions, contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable future.

The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) plays a significant role in supporting hydrogen and the ARCHES hub and ecosystem. GO-Biz collaborates with industry leaders, policymakers, and research institutions to promote the development and deployment of hydrogen technologies. Through partnership with ARCHES, GO-Biz works towards advancing California’s hydrogen infrastructure, fostering innovation, and creating a sustainable and clean energy future.

The State Building and Construction Trades Council of California (SBCTC) has provided strong support to ARCHES since its inception. Recognizing the importance of developing and implementing renewable energy solutions such as hydrogen technologies to create a sustainable and clean energy future, the SBCTC has been spearheading policy to decarbonize California through embracing new and evolving climate technologies. The SBCTC represents the skilled and trained construction workforce that will build the technology and infrastructure, including innovative ARCHES projects, to enable California to meet its aggressive climate goals while training the next generation of skilled tradespeople.

Renewables 100 has been working to accelerate the transition to 100% renewable energy since 2005. It has been actively involved in the ARCHES from inception. As a key partner, Renewables 100 has contributed expertise and resources to support the development of the ARCHES DOE H2Hub as well as the larger ARCHES ecosystem. Their involvement has been instrumental in advancing the goal of transitioning to a clean and sustainable energy future within California.

NETWORK PARTNERS

ARCHES partners include leaders in energy research, communities, trades, utilities, for-profit companies and nongovernmental organizations. If you’re interested in joining this growing network, please visit our Contact page

California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz)

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

California Energy Commission

State Building and Construction Trades Council of California

Calsta

The California Air Resources Board

IBEW NECA

City of Carson, California

City of Lancaster

City of Los Angeles

City of Long Beach

City of Lodi

City of Riverside

American Bureau of Shipping

accenture

ACUMEN

ADL Ventures

Advanced Emission

Aecom

AES Corporation

Air Liquide

Air Products

ALTASEA

amazon

Ambient Fuels

AMERESCO

AQUAHYDREX

ARUP

AST

AVANTUS

AVINA

Baker Hughes

BALLARD

BHE Renewables

Bio Carbon Fuels

Biogenic Energy

Blackcurrant Inc.

Bloomnenergy

BOEING

BorgWarner

BOSCH US

Brookfield

Cal State LA

Capstone Green Energy

capture6

 

Claire   
Technologies

California State University, Long Beach

California State University

cellcentric

CEMEX

Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition

CHARBONE Hydrogen

CHEVRON

Clean Development International

Clean Air Task Force

Clearway

CROWLEY

Center for Transportation and the Environment

DeNora

Dynamis Energy

EATON

Eco Energy International

ecoengineers

EcoNavitas

Edison International

edp renewables

 

 

Electric Hydrogen

ELECTUS

Energetics

EnivroGen Technologies

EPRI

ERTHOS

East Bay Community Energy

EVOLOH

 FASTECH

FRIEM America

Fuel Cell Energy

Fusion Fuel Green plc

Garrett

GE VERNOVA

GHD

Gh2 Partners

GKN

GLDPartners

General Motors

 

gladstein

gooru

Green Grid

Green Hydrogen Coalition

Guidehouse

Hago Energetics

hcyle

Heliogen

HGEN

H2 APAC

H2B2

 H2Clipper

H2EG

H2 Precision Partners

H2U

HTEC

HyAxiom

Hygo

Hysata

HYUNDAI

HYZON

Innergex Renewable Energy

356 INNOVATION

Instant On

Intersect Power

Ioniq Power

iwatani

Javelin Global Commodities

John Cockerill

KOHLER

 

 

Los Angeles Business Council

LAVO

Linde

Long Beach Utilities

Lone Cypress

 

 

Mainspring Energy

Mavericks Microgrids Technology

MCE

MESKA SOLUTIONS

Mirosoft

Mission Possible Partnership

MICHELIN

 

MOLTEN

Monarch Energy

Mote

MyFlyshare

NanoScent

Northern California Power Agency

Next Hydrogen

Nightpeak.Energy

Nikola

NOV energy transition

Novo Hydrogen

Nzyme2c

oberon

PDC-Machines

PENNSACO

PG&A

Plugpower

Port of Long BeachPort of Oakland

POWERTAP

PULSENICS

RAMBOLL

RAVEN

ReCarbon, Inc.

ReNew Power Private Limited

 

 

riversimple

RMI

RockeTruck

 

 

San Diego Clean Cities

 

San Benito County Business Council

 

 

San Francisco International Airport

San Luis Renewables, LLC

SGH2

Shasta Transportation

SIERRA Business Council

Sierra Energy

SMUD

SoCalGas

 

 

SCAQMD

Stantec

Stapleton Technologies

STARS Technology Corporation

Stratos Fuel

STV inc

Sustain Southern California

SYMBIO

 

Terminalift, LLC

thyssenkrupp nucera

Toyota Tsusho America, Inc.

Truezero

Trillium

University of Southern California

Universal Hydrogen

United Steel Workers Local 675

Valley Can

VEOLIA

Veradagy

Versallis

Vopak

We New Energy

Ways2H Inc.

Watt Enterprises

west coast biofuel

 

 

Woodside Energy

ZeroAvia

Zero Emission Industries

ZEEM SOLUTIONS

Zero Carbon Energy Solutions

ZEV Station

zhero