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© Chemours
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© Chemours

Chemours to make $200m investment in France to support growing hydrogen demand

The Chemours Company on Wednesday (January 11) announced a $200m investment to increase manufacturing capacity for its Nafion™ ion exchange materials at its Villers-Saint-Paul, France facility, deepening its hydrogen commitments.

It is hoped the investment will support growing demand for clean hydrogen generation using electrolysers, energy storage in flow batteries, and hydrogen fuel cells, as well as contributing to European and wider efforts to enable the clean energy transition.

Chemours has said its Nafion membranes provide ‘excellent’ separation of hydrogen and oxygen over a broad range of pressures and temperatures, which it believes makes them ‘ideally’ suited to meet the needs of hydrogen production.

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