Your Hydrogen Safety Experts
WHA International, Inc. has been a leader in hydrogen safety since 1988. Many of our engineers come directly from NASA or the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). At NASA, hydrogen fuels and fuel cells were pioneered through the Space Program, while renewable energy technologies and infrastructure for hydrogen production, transportation, and use are researched at NREL. Our consultants played pivotal roles in the technology development and safe use of hydrogen at both institutions, are internationally-recognized authorities on hydrogen safety, and are uniquely equipped to address your specific concerns.
Hydrogen Safety Solutions
We help analyze, review, train, and test hydrogen systems and components for every industry. Our services are backed by decades of hydrogen testing, technology development, and forensic engineering experience.
We're Literally Setting the Standards
Hydrogen Safety Training
As the hydrogen economy grows, so do the risks. WHA’s hydrogen safety training features industry experts, unique case studies, live fire and explosion demonstrations, and the latest data to help you understand this complex subject.
Electrolyzer Safety Training
New for 2022, WHA has developed a special course specifically for electrolysis systems. This standalone course teaches the fundamental understanding and awareness of hydrogen and oxygen.
Hydrogen Safety Training Events
Register now for upcoming safety training courses or schedule your corporate training event customized for your unique needs and systems.
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Hydrogen Industry Insights & Case Studies
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