Membership will encourage supply chain collaborations and enable member companies to access essential hydrogen components and subsystems
Warwick, UK – Parker Hannifin’s Sales Company UK and Ireland today announced that it has become a member of the North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA), the largest industry-funded regional hydrogen alliance in the UK.
The NWHA brings together some of the most influential organisations in the North West focused on developing a hydrogen economy for the nation, providing opportunities for supply chains to meet, collaborate and maximise hydrogen opportunities. Its experts and spokespeople provide a prominent voice in the hydrogen debate.
Robert Airey, Parker’s UK Market Development Manager – Clean Fuels, said: “Parker is committed to a clean energy transition and has over 50 years of hydrogen experience, working with businesses around the world. NWHA membership will help us to accelerate the hydrogen economy in the UK’s North West and throughout the country.”
Professor Joe Howe, Chair of the NWHA and Executive Director, Energy Research Institute at the University of Chester, said that Parker’s membership would create new opportunities for collaborations with the supply chain in the North West. “Developing a thriving supply chain will be essential in ensuring the North West capitalises on the huge opportunities that a hydrogen economy presents in the UK. Parker can support our members by providing access to essential components and subsystems, helping them to deploy hydrogen technologies quickly and safely.”
Parker’s hydrogen range covers low/high pressures, low temperatures, custom products and subsystems. Its products include valves, manifolds, gas and liquid filtration, connectors, cryogenics, cooling, and more. And its applications support everything from production, power generation and transportation through to storage and distribution.
Parker works directly with OEM manufacturers or through selected partners such as industry specialists, integrators and distribution.
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Learn more at www.parker.com/uk/hydrogen