The Hydrogen Council has today (July 12) welcomed four new steering members, eight supporting members and two new investors, taking its total membership to 123 companies.
A global CEO-led coalition working to accelerate the energy transition through hydrogen, the Council comprises companies from across the globe in various sectors such as utilities, chemical producers, energy companies and engineering to mobility providers and bankers.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), Honeywell, Sasol, and Wood are the Council’s newest supporting members. cellcentric, Howden, Indian Oil Corporation, John Cockerill, Komatsu, MAN Energy Solutions, Parker Hannifin Corporation have joined as supporting members. Barclays and FiveTHydrogen are the Council’s newest investors.
Energy and chemicals company Sasol is the first South African company to join the Council.
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