Hydrogen UK (HUK) has added 13 new partners to its membership since April this year, meaning that the organisation has doubled in size since its launch in December 2021.
Clugston, Develop Training, ExxonMobil, First Hydrogen, H2GO Power, Levidian, Lhyfe, Marubeni Europower, Net Zero Technology Centre, Phillips 66, Snam, Spirit Energy and Vertex Hydrogen are the latest to join the UK’s largest hydrogen trade body
The recent additions to the UK’s largest hydrogen trade body bring the current total of members to 46 and further bolster the organisation’s extensive expertise across the entire hydrogen value chain.
A number of the new members joined HUK following its inaugural UK Hydrogen Investment Forum in July, organised in partnership with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy which saw the Secretary of State, Kwasi Kwarteng, speak.
Covering every part of the value chain from production and storage to networks and end use, Hydrogen UK is uniquely positioned to advise on how to move from planning to delivery.
The range of the new members’ areas of expertise reflects the industry’s strength and demonstrates the significant potential of hydrogen to facilitate the energy transition.
The investment field is represented by Net Zero Technology Centre and Marubeni Europower, while the final new member is the UK’s leading accredited provider of compliance, technical and safety training, Develop Training Limited.
Hydrogen UK CEO Clare Jackson, said, “As the industry’s largest representative body, we are determined to scale hydrogen technology to deliver widespread, cost-effective decarbonisation across our society.”