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Hydrogen Council enhances low-carbon appeal with four new members

The Hydrogen Council has added four members as it strengthens its profile across different industries and geographies.

The new quartet comprise:

  • One new steering member: ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions, established in 2021 by ExxonMobil, the business is working to bring lower-emission technologies to market.
  • Two new supporting members: Bekaert, a global market and technology leader in material science of steel wire transformation and coating technologies, and Dover Corporation, a diversified global manufacturer of industrial products including solutions for hydrogen applications, infrastructure, refueling, mobility and other end uses.
  • One new investor member: Mizuho Bank, banking subsidiary of Mizuho Financial Group, one of Japan’s largest financial institutions.

Sharing a united vision of the essential role that hydrogen can play in the clean energy transition, the Council has grown from 13 founding members to close to 150 multinational companies representing the entire hydrogen value chain in six years.

Yoshinori Kanehana, Chairman of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, and Co-Chair of the Hydrogen Council, said: “As we continue to see the world shift towards cleaner energy solutions, hydrogen’s momentum is undeniable. Hydrogen represents a crucial element in the transition to a more sustainable future and we are delighted to welcome four new members aligned with this vision.”

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