Hydrogen Europe Group Expands Further with the Addition of the Chemours Company

Hydrogen Europe Group Expands Further with the Addition of the Chemours Company

  • 12-Aug-2021 12:56 PM
  • Journalist: Peter Schmidt

In an effort towards supporting a hydrogen-based economy, The Chemours Company (Chemours) which is a major global chemicals company with market leadership in Titanium Technologies, Advanced Performance Materials, and Chemicals Technologies has decided to join the Hydrogen Europe.

Hydrogen Europe is a major European Association working in advancing fuel cell hydrogen technologies. The association has more than 200 companies working together to advance the prospects of Hydrogen and fuel cells industry in Europe. The Association is also influencing global efforts towards a Hydrogen based economy.

The joining of Chemours comes at a crucial time in the Hydrogen economy when investments in green Hydrogen which is produced via electrolysis of water are being supported by governments globally to reach zero emissions target.

Chemours had recently revealed its commitment to achieve zero emissions by 2050. The same is proven by the products that Chemours has been providing to the Hydrogen economy. Chemours offer a variety of products that find application in fighting against climate change. One such product is the Nafion Proton Exchange Membrane which is used in Hydrogen production though water electrolysis.

As per ChemAnalyst, “several efforts are being made in regards of accelerating towards a Hydrogen based economy and the move by Chemours is surely going to influence other major players in the Hydrogen market to make such efforts.”

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