Californian electrolyser start-up CEO calls for new hydrogen industry supply chains

The CEO of a Californian electrolyser start-up has called for a new approach towards the hydrogen industry’s supply chains to better support long-term energy transition.

In an exclusive interview with H2 View, Marty Neese, CEO of Verdagy, said he would like to see industries move away from the supply chain pathways that have traditionally been used in the energy industry.

“I don’t want to see everybody approach the same supply chain pathways that they’ve used for the last 25 years, where it’s all outsourced to one country, and low cost is the only thing that matters, where you hollow out and essentially miss the opportunity to really create sustainable, localised supply capabilities necessary to adequately support the long-term energy transition,” Neese said.

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