Hydrogen Council grows to 92 members

At a pivotal moment for the world’s sustainable economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, the Hydrogen Council has welcomed 11 new members, bringing its membership total to 92.

The global CEO-led coalition working to enable the global energy transition through hydrogen today announced French container transportation and shipping company CMA CGM and American multinational technology company Microsoft as new steering members.

Baker Hughes, Clariant, MAHLE, NYK Line, Port of Rotterdam, TechnipFMC and Umicore were also welcomed as supporting members, whilst Mubadala Investment Company and Providence Asset Group were announced as new investors.

The new group of members mirrors the wide range of geographical and sector interest in hydrogen – including companies headquartered in Europe, Asia, Australia, the US and United Arab Emirates, as well as representing sectors such as chemicals, automotive, energy and materials technology, shipping, industrial ports and digital.

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