Michelin, Saudi Aramco, Siemens and Nikola Motor are among 22 companies that have joined the Hydrogen Council bringing its membership total to 81, the CEO-led organisation that aims to position hydrogen among the key solutions of the energy transition said today.
The group has welcomed an Australian and Saudi company for the first time, as well as a group of financial institutions which form a new Investor Group that has the aim of supporting massive scale-up of hydrogen solutions to decarbonise sectors including transport, buildings and heavy industry.
Out of the 22 new members, five become steering members: CNH Industrial (via IVECO), Michelin, Saudi Aramco (via the Aramco Overseas Company), Schaeffler Group, and Siemens; 12 become supporting members: Chart Industries, Chevron, ElringKlinger, Fortescue Metals Group, Galp, ILJIN Composites, MANN+HUMMEL, McDermott, Nikola Motor, Sinocat, Snam and Woodside Energy; and a new Investor Group of five companies that occupy the financial space: Antin Infrastructure Partners, BNP Paribas, Crédit Agricole, John Laing, and Société Générale.
This membership announcement comes just days before the Council’s third anniversary CEO Event, to be held on Monday (20th January) in Versailles alongside French President Macron’s ChooseFrance! Summit and the World Economic Forum in Davos.
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