Randy Dey, President

Randy Dey, B. Sc., P. Eng., is the founder and President of The CCS Global Group Inc. (CCS). He works closely with senior level executives in both the public and private sectors in various industries including hydrogen, fuel cell and other sustainable energy technologies, advising in matters related to product/process improvement, safety and go to market planning and implementation. He is an expert in International Regulations, Codes and Standards (RCS) development, compliance, and use.

Leadership positions in standards settings for various products/processes including consumer Electrical and Electronic products and hydrogen and fuel cell technologies place Mr. Dey in a strong position for making informed recommendations on how to bring new products/processes to market through global harmonization of RCS issues.

Mr. Dey has held leadership positions in:

  • Vice chair of CSA Technical Committee on International Standards (TCIS)
  • Chair of CSA Technical Committee on Consumer and Commercial Products
  • Chair of CSC IEC/TC61 – IEC 335 Safety of Electrical Equipment
  • Chair of SCC CNC/ISO, Canadian National Committee of ISO
  • Chair, ISO/TC 197, the technical committee of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) on Hydrogen Technologies
  • Convener, ISO/TC 197 WG 11, Hydrogen Refuelling Stations
  • Convener, ISO/TC 197 WG 8, Hydrogen generators using water electrolysis process
  • Chair, CSA, Canadian Mirror Committee of IEC/TC 105, Fuel Cell Technologies
  • Chair, BNQ, Canadian Hydrogen Installation Code (CHIC) which defines the installation requirements of hydrogen infrastructure
  • ISO Representative at the UN World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicles Regulations (WP.29) and active in the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle (HFCV) group that is developing Global Technical Regulation (GTR) at WP.29
  • ISO Representative, UN Economic and Social Council’s Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UN ECOSOC/SCETDG) committee that regulates the use of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage and transport.