CPH2 Founder and shareholders lock-in to company’s growth prospects

UK-based green hydrogen technology and manufacturing company CPH2 has entered into Deeds of Amendment relating to lock-in agreements agreed with CEO Jon Duffy and other shareholders.  

CPH2 developed the IP-protected Membrane-Free Electrolyser (MFE) and recently received £1.5m investment from ATOME Energy to accelerate the roll out of its projects in South America.  

Read more:CPH2 invests £1.5m in ATOME Energy 

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