Hydrogen Council adds new members including Microsoft and Baker Hughes

Renewable Energy World: The Hydrogen Council announced 11 new members, including Microsoft, Baker Hughes, Umiore, CMA GGM and Clariant, among others. The CEO-led organization now has more than 90 members from just 13 founding companies when it was formed three years ago.

“On the cusp of a global energy transformation, we need long-term thinking and massive investments in systemic solutions like hydrogen,” Takeshi Uchiyamada, Chairman of the Board of Toyota Motor Group and new Co-chair of the Hydrogen Council since July 2020 added in a statement. “Hydrogen technologies can provide zero-emission energy and transport solutions, enable deep industrial decarbonization and help renewables maximize their potential through storage.”

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