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Johnson Matthey expands green hydrogen portfolio with new UK acquisition
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Johnson Matthey expands green hydrogen portfolio with new UK acquisition

Johnson Matthey (JM) has secured the acquisition of the assets and intellectual property of Oxis Energy, based in Oxford, UK, who formerly developed lithium-sulphur batteries for the manufacturing of components for green hydrogen production.

This is part of a recent scheme to largely upgrade JM’s green hydrogen business that will significantly scale up the industry.

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