The strong growth of the Hydrogen Industry Cluster is continuing.
In October, we announced that we had passed the 100-member threshold. In the meantime, we have welcomed another 16 innovative companies to the cluster. So we count 120 members, a doubling compared to the previous year.
The fact that hydrogen is an essential part of the energy transition is becoming a reality for more and more companies. We are happy to help them on their journey to find out what hydrogen can mean for them.
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VoltH2, is developing large-scale green hydrogen production sites, the most recent ones are the announced projects in Terneuzen and Vlissingen.
North Sea Port, the merged port of Ghent-Terneuzen and Vlissingen, which is strongly committed to the production and implementation of hydrogen with initiatives such as North-CCU-Hub and North-C-methanol and the preparation of a regional hydrogen network.
Uniper, a global energy company with various power stations in the Netherlands, including in the Maasvlakte, where they want to develop an energy hub with wind energy and green hydrogen as the main components
Karel De Grote Hogeschool, expertise center for mobility, conducts research into sustainable fuels – including hydrogen – for combustion engines, drive systems and the associated control systems.
Transport company Altrea, a Belgian logistics company with subsidiary Haesaerts in Luxembourg, which wants to play a pioneering role in the greening of heavy transport and has recently purchased a hydrogen truck from CMB.
Naval Inland Navigation, specialized in the transport of fuels and oils via inland shipping, who want to make their fleet greener, among other things, via hydrogen.
Smart Hub Vlaams Brabant, the partnership between the province of Flemish Brabant, VOKA Flemish Brabant and the universities of KULeuven and VUB. Together with the WIC, Smart Hub Flanders wants to further support and expand the local hydrogen community.
Chevron Phillips, active in the (petro) chemical industry, with experience in developing natural gas odorants and looking at the possibilities for hydrogen
Kelvion, produces heat exchangers and has plans to use them in hydrogen technology
Newes, a company that until now mainly does maintenance of steam boilers, but is currently developing a new activity with the development of alkaline electrolysis that can deliver hydrogen at high pressure
Croonwolter & Dros, designs, realizes and maintains technical systems in the utility, industrial and infrastructure markets, and now also wants to expand its activities to hydrogen applications
P&V Panels, designs, builds and maintains electrical distribution and control panels for all possible applications and sectors, with a focus on infrastructure, industry, buildings and machine builders
Willemen Groep, a large family construction group active in a wide variety of applications, such as construction of industrial buildings and offices, residential buildings and road construction.
RWE, a large German energy company that builds wind and solar parks in the Netherlands and Belgium in addition to traditional power stations, and is involved in a number of hydrogen projects in the Netherlands.
Exion Hydrogen, a recently established company that develops and manufactures electrolysers
Viessmann, which provides heat solutions for the built environment, including (micro) cogeneration based on fuel cells.
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