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chemours-announces-200m-investment-to-support-hydrogen-economy
© Chemours

Chemours announces $200m investment to support hydrogen economy

Global chemistry company, the Chemours Company has announced a planned $200m investment to increase capacity and advance technology for its ion exchange materials to support the hydrogen economy.

Set to focus on its Nafion™ ion exchange materials, Chemours hopes its investment will support growing market demand for clean hydrogen generation from water electrolysers, hydrogen conversion to power fuel cell vehicles, as well as energy storage in flow batteries.

According to Chemours, its Nafion membranes provide excellent separation of hydrogen and oxygen over a broad range of pressures and temperatures, which it believes makes them well suited to meet the growing needs of hydrogen production.

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