Leading developer of Generation IV fission technology Terrestrial Energy USA has joined the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, the national industry association for the fast growing fuel cell and hydrogen sectors. FCHEA and Terrestrial Energy agree that hydrogen has great potential as a clean energy source for industrial and other uses that can help decarbonize our economy.Terrestrial Energy is developing a Generation IV nuclear cogeneration plant that generates the necessary high-temperature thermal power for a wide range of industrial applications, including green hydrogen production, as well as generating electricity. Its Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR) uses demonstrated proven fission technology in an innovative small modular reactor (SMR) plant design to produce sustainable, carbon-free energy that is a cost-competitive alternative to burning fossil fuels.Based in Washington, FCHEA represents some 80 companies and organizations in the hydrogen and fuel cell sector advancing innovative, clean, safe, and reliable energy technologies. There is increased focus on using hydrogen as a replacement for fossil fuels in industrial applications, such as producing low-carbon steel, cement, or ammonia for fertilizer or fuels. Using carbon-free energy sources such as nuclear and renewables to produce green hydrogen can significantly reduce emissions in sectors beyond power generation.