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Australian Hydrogen Council grows to 57 members

Australian Hydrogen Council grows to 57 members

Sun Metals, Baker Hughes and Chart Australia are among eight new companies that have joined the Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC), bringing its membership to 57.

The fact that more than 50 Australian businesses have now signed up to the AHC, signals tremendous growth and optimism in the sector.

“The hydrogen sector is increasingly being seen as an important part of the future energy mix,” said Dr. Fiona Simon, CEO of the AHC.

“The confidence underpinning this hydrogen sector expansion and investment is being demonstrated through our fast-growing membership, even during the pandemic.”

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