About New Day Hydrogen
New Day Hydrogen is seeding the hydrogen market in Colorado by integrating infrastructure development with commercial EV users. We accomplish this integration through project development around fuel stations to match the timing and scale for hydrogen EV fleets.
Who We Are
New Day Hydrogen is led by a team of four seasoned professionals who are passionate about the critical role of clean hydrogen in decarbonizing the transportation sector. All four principals come from successful careers in business, law and engineering and are now devoting themselves to deploying a market-based approach to establish infrastructure for hydrogen EVs.
The Team - Skills & Experience:
Start-Up – Financial – Engineering – Business Development – Management – Lobbying – Legal
CEO – Seth Terry
Energy and cleantech entrepreneur
AB Princeton University
PhD Colorado School of Mines
MBA Regis University
Chief Legal Officer and Director of Business Development – Patricia Kelley
Entrepreneur and former trial attorney with experience in complex commercial matters, lobbying and regulatory matters
Founder Kelley Green Clover Consulting, LLC which invests in clean energy technologies and sustainable products
JD Harvard Law School
BA Boston College
Chief Operating Officer – Buford Barr
Career in the energy industry
Special expertise in leading engineering and commercial teams and managing capital projects and programs across the US
BS Architectural Engineering, University of Texas
Chief Technology Officer – Brian DeBruine
In the Media
Hydrogen-powered vehicles must be part of Colorado’s plan to get to zero emissions. FCEVs make for excellent passenger vehicles because they can travel 300-400 miles on a single tank, behaving similarly to gasoline-powered cars except with zero emissions – a key selling point when it comes to enticing all users to convert to electric. Plus with FCEVs, drivers don’t have to worry about diminished performance in cold weather, which is a fact of life in Colorado.
When is clean hydrogen fuel coming for Colorado cars, and who needs to get ready? It will take more than one alternative fuel powering cars and trucks to meet Colorado’s ambitious goals of 50% reductions in greenhouse gas emissions within just nine years, and signs are growing that much-hyped hydrogen is about to have its turn.
Fuel Cell EVs Pack a Punch and Eco-Friendly. Read about fuel cell EVs in this interview of Brian DeBruine from an article in the Colorado AAA magazine "EnCompass"
Colorado Receives Its First Hydrogen Fuel Station. See this article in USA Today.
Listen to an interview with the New Day Hydrogen team on the HydrogenNowCast.
The HydrogenNowCast is the podcast of the Colorado Hydrogen Network and is devoted to promoting hydrogen infrastructure. By way of insightful interviews, each episode explores the people, companies, and municipalities working to deploy hydrogen infrastructure relevant to Colorado.
The HydrogenNowCast is available on most major podcast apps.