In an effort to lessen our dependence on traditional fossil fuels and mitigate impact on the environment, the regulatory landscape is changing. As a result, manufacturers in this industry must consider efficiency, cost savings, and environmental performance as critical aspects of their products design. The rapid advancement of new technologies has given industry an opportunity to leverage innovation to help achieve their product improvement goals.

CSA Group issued the world’s first fuel cell standard in 1998. In 2002, recognizing there were no standards that addressed safety considerations for hydrogen dispensing systems, CSA Group met with the U.S. Department of Energy to promote the development of hydrogen technology standards. In conjunction with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), we developed the first in a series of U.S. standards for hydrogen vehicle components and refueling stations.

Our testing and certification services reflect our commitment to alternative energy solutions through programs including:

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Paving the Road to the Widespread use of Electric Vehicles

A general overview and understanding of the standards and certification landscape for EVs.
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Supporting Hydrogen as a Viable Option For Clean Vehicle Fuel

The Role of Testing, Certification, and Standards
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Life After Widespread Adoption of Natural Gas Vehicles

How Standards, Codes, and Personnel Training Support Safe Infrastructure, Fuel Storage, and Monitoring
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