The Hydrogen Council uses its global reach to promote collaboration between important stakeholders and to provide guidance on accelerating hydrogen deployment around the world. We are committed to building partnerships with international organisations dedicated to building the hydrogen economy and creating innovative sustainable energy solutions. The Hydrogen Council is proud to work alongside and complement work done by our partners to create strong, global action and scale hydrogen deployment.

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The Center for Hydrogen Safety (CHS) is a global oriented non-profit dedicated to promoting hydrogen safety and best practices worldwide. The CHS identifies and addresses concerns regarding the safe use of hydrogen: As a sustainable energy carrier, in commercial and industrial applications, and in hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. Learn more at: www.aiche.org/chs

The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) is a high-level global forum to promote policies and programs that advance clean energy technology, to share lessons learned and best practices, and to encourage the transition to a global clean energy economy. Initiatives are based on areas of common interest among participating governments and other stakeholders. The Framework for the Clean Energy Ministerial, adopted at the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial in 2016, defines the CEM governance structure and outlines the mission statement, objectives, membership, and guiding principles. Learn more at: http://www.cleanenergyministerial.org/

Energy Observer is the first hydrogen vessel autonomous in energy, that emits no greenhouse gases or fine particles. This electrically propelled vessel of the future operates through a mix of renewable energies and a system that produces carbon-free hydrogen from seawater. This technological and scientific challenge aims to test cutting-edge technologies in extreme conditions, anticipating the energy networks of the future, that could be used on land, and raise awareness among the general public and decision-makers on the energy transition. 

Energy Observer is currently conducting an Odyssey for the Future that will last six years (2017-2022). During this time, it will visit 50 countries and call at 101 ports to raise public awareness about key aspects of the environmental transition, in particular: renewable energies, biodiversity, mobility, and the circular economy, through the stopovers made by its traveling village, through social media and in a documentary series. This world tour is led by Victorien Erussard, founder and captain, and France’s first ambassador for the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals and Jérôme Delafosse, expedition leader and documentary film series director.

Energy Observer has received the High Patronage of Mr. Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic, as well as the official support from the European Union, UNESCO and IRENA. Learn more at: http://www.energy-observer.org

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is the long-term lending institution of the European Union owned by its Member States. It makes long-term finance available for sound investment in order to contribute towards EU policy goals. Since November 2019 the EIB is dedicated to become the European climate bank, promoting green long-term investments and financing new technologies that will help fighting climate change. Learn more at: https://www.eib.org/

H2 View is a leading new content and information service dedicated to the development and acceleration of the hydrogen energy value chain. Established in July 2019, with the aim to be the must-read service for the ever-growing hydrogen economy globally, H2 View is committed to providing an unparalleled print and digital offering addressing the challenges and opportunities ahead in hydrogen technologies and applications.

The H2 View team draws upon its inherent knowledge of the hydrogen value chain to deliver informed knowledge and expertise, the authority of which is also backed up by an Editorial Advisory Board of key stakeholders in the hydrogen value chain, including two representatives from the Hydrogen Council. Learn more at www.h2-view.com


IEA Hydrogen, founded in 1977, is a global research and innovation collaboration in hydrogen science and technology. Its vision is a hydrogen future based on a clean sustainable energy supply of global proportions that plays a key role in all sectors of the economy.  Its mission is to accelerate hydrogen deployment and use through R,D&D, analysis and outreach.

IEA Hydrogen membership consists of Contracting Parties (governments and international organizations) and Sponsors (industry, public-private partnerships and associations), including the Hydrogen Council. The member-driven IEA Hydrogen portfolio is organized in tasks and supporting outreach and analysis activities.  IEA Hydrogen is part of the IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCP) network. Learn more at www.ieahydrogen.org

Mission Innovation (MI) is a global initiative of 24 countries and the European Commission (on behalf of the European Union) working to reinvigorate and accelerate global clean energy innovation with the objective to make clean energy widely affordable. MI was announced at COP21 on November 30, 2015, as world leaders came together in Paris to commit to ambitious efforts to combat climate change.

Mission Innovation is a global initiative working to accelerate clean energy innovation. The power of innovation – driven by sustained public investment coupled with business leadership – can make clean energy widely affordable and bring fledgling ideas into the mainstream. Learn more at http://mission-innovation.net/

The World Economic Forum, committed to improving the state of the world, is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. Learn more at www.weforum.org