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Hydrogen Council reaches 100+ members as momentum for hydrogen continues

Hydrogen Council reaches 100+ members as momentum for hydrogen continues

CF Industries, Uniper and Petronas are among 17 new companies that have joined the Hydrogen Council, bringing its membership to 109, the CEO-led organisation that aims to position hydrogen among the key solutions of the energy transition said today (12th Jan).

Launched by 13 founding members in 2017, in just four years the Council now counts more than 100 companies from 20+ countries around the world and an even wider range of sectors along the entire hydrogen value chain.

Out of the 17 new members, six are steering members: CF Industries, Chemours, MSC Group, SABIC, Solvay and Uniper; nine are supporting members: ACME, Black & Veatch Bureau Veritas, Delek US Holdings, Enbridge Gas, Petronas, Reliance Industries Limited, Sinoma Science & Technology and Tokyo Gas; and two are new investors: GIC and Natixis.

With these new members, the Hydrogen Council continues to grow not only in size, but also in diversity.

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