Karen Jarmon
Senior Communications Advisor

860 282-4211 | kjarmon@ccat.us

Creating really great, hands-on activities takes time, so much more time than many teachers ever get. Kids like hands-on activities, and CCAT's activities are well thought out.

- Laura Barbash, Science Teacher
Illing Middle School, Manchester

Northeast Region's Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Industry Showcased at 2015 Premier International Trade Show

CCAT and CT DECD partnered to promote the state’s hydrogen and fuel cell industry at Hannover Messe in April.

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicle Ride & Drive Part of Industry Briefing for CT Legislators

CCAT, CHFCC and NEESC led briefing on the technical and economic viability of hydrogen and fuel cell technology at legislative forum.

CCAT Leads Zero Emission Vehicles Session at Regional Conference

Connecticut’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Industry to be Showcased at Premier International Trade Event in Germany

NEESC and the CT Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coalition, both administered by CCAT, partner with the state DECD to showcase CT hydrogen and fuel cell products at Hannover Messe 2015.

CCAT Named MassDevelopment Innovation Center

Under the MassDevelopment’s Manufacturing Innovation Grants program, CCAT is one of four Innovation Centers to help advance the growth of small-to-mid-sized Massachusetts manufacturers.

NEESC Announces 2015 Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Development Plans for Eight States

NEESC, administered by CCAT, created individual plans for Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont to aid in advancing the deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.

CCAT Announces New Board of Directors Member and Committee Appointment

Michelle Allinson elected to the CCAT Board of Directors and recently elected Board member Kevin Flanagan appointed audit committee chair.

CCAT Announces State's Energy Assessment Program to Benefit Farmington Businesses

Starting February 4, the Office of Energy Efficient Businesses, administered by CCAT, is offering free assessments to help Farmington business owners cut energy costs.

CCAT Announces MORE Agreement to Demo IT Capabilities for CT Towns

CCAT will work with CRCOG and 18 Connecticut towns to demonstrate private web hosting, voice-over-internet protocol, and video streaming using cloud technology over the Nutmeg Network. The agreement is part of the state’s Municipal Opportunities for Regional Efficiencies commission’s efforts to help towns reduce costs and operate more resourcefully.

CT Named a Top 5 Fuel Cell State

CCAT, CT Hydrogen-Fuel Cell Coalition and others cited in the U.S. Department of Energy report for helping to drive fuel cell technology development in the state.