Review Registration - Organization

This version of the registration was submitted prior to the Lobbying Transparency Act coming into force on May 4, 2020. Due to different information requirements at that time, the registration is presented in the following format.

Registration ID: 5638821
Submitted by lobbyist on: August 6, 2011 12:00:00 AM
Accepted by Registrar on: August 15, 2011 01:30:18 PM

Designated Filer Information

Denhoff, Eric  
900-1188 West Georgia St.  
Vancouver, BC, V6E 4A2

Organization Information

Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association  
To advance the interests of the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell research, development and industry interests in British Columbia through education, awareness, advocacy and policy work
900-1188 West Georgia St.  
Vancouver, BC, V6E 4A2

Relevant Affiliates

The client has no relevant affiliates.

Government or Government Agency Funding

Name of Funding provider Amount in CAD$
Bc Hydro $15,000.00
Ministry of Environment $400,000.00

Other Controlling or Directing Interests

The organization has no other controlling or directing interests.

Active Registration Period

August 6, 2011  
March 8, 2012  

Organization's In-House Lobbyists


Name: Denhoff, Eric
August 6, 2011  
Inactivation Date: March 9, 2012

BC Public Office Background

Public Office Title Description of Role From To
Deputy Minister Deputy Minister of Native Affairs; Deputy Minister, Triumf-Kaon Project; Chair and CEO, BC Transit 06/05/1989 08/05/1994

Lobbying Activities


Arranging meeting between an individual and a public office holder for purpose of lobbying

Advocate for continued BC involvement in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry; advocate for a feed-in tariff for fuel cells; advocate for policies supportive of research and development and commercialization of hydrogen and fuel cell initiatives

Target Contacts

Target Type Name Title or Constituency Date Added
Public Agency Energy and Mines August 5, 2011
Public Agency Tourism British Columbia August 5, 2011
Public Agency Transportation and Infrastructure August 5, 2011