HDF Energy wants to become a ‘global benchmark’ in hydrogen-to-power generation

HDF Energy has revealed its intention today (Sep 14) to “significantly step up” its commercial development and become a “global benchmark” in hydrogen-to-power generation.

In its half-year financial report, HDF Energy said the €115m raised by a successful IPO in June gives the French firm the funds it needs to support the next stages of its development in which it will significantly step up commercial deployment.

A leader in the development of hydrogen power projects, HDF Energy said it will capitalise on this “pioneering position” to become a “global benchmark” in the development of continuous and on-demand power plants based on hydrogen and renewable energies.

To deliver on this, the company is rapidly deploying sales teams in seven regions: Europe, North Africa and the Middle East; Southern Africa; Asia; Oceania; Latin America; Caribbean; and North America.

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