Established in December 2019, the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association is the leading industry association for the hydrogen sector in Asia-Pacific.
The Asia-Pacific Hydrogen acts as the regional platform for all stakeholders in the hydrogen industry to collectively promote the best interests of the hydrogen sector. Members include utilities, power project developers, equipment manufacturers, technical consultants, financial institutions, regional associations, and other institutions in the hydrogen sector.
Formed by several Asia-based renewable energy industry executives have set up the Asia-Pacific (APAC) Hydrogen Association. The Singapore-based association aims to coordinate international policy, communications, research, and analysis and will provide services to support members’ requirements and needs to help their development.
One of the founders of the association Edgare Kerkwijk said: “Our mission is to establish and promote the use of hydrogen in the regional economies power as a solution to the region’s rapidly growing energy demand and environmental challenges, providing meaningful benefits to the region as a whole.”
APAC Hydrogen Association, Founding Board Member and Director Andrew Bedford said, “KBR Consulting are delighted to be involved in the establishment of the APAC Hydrogen Association supporting the energy transition market across the region.
“Working together and sharing our knowledge about low carbon energy production, including advisory consulting to national governments, KBR can contribute and advocate to deliver a cleaner and brighter future.”
APAC Hydrogen Association business manager Lidya Kamal said: “We are excited to provide an exciting program with year-round activities for our members which will be organized throughout the Asia-Pacific.
“The highlight will be the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Energy Conference which will be the first large scale regional event for the hydrogen industry.”