GF Piping Systems joins Hydrogen Europe

GF Piping Systems, the leading flow solutions provider, becomes a member of Hydrogen Europe, the largest and fastest-growing association committed to promoting clean hydrogen as an enabler of a zero-emission society.

GF Piping Systems strives to identify applications for its products and solutions across the entire value chain of hydrogen to scale up the sustainable potential of hydrogen technologies. High-quality, ion-free polymer piping systems are needed across the entire hydrogen value chain to safely and reliably transport different fluids for water treatment, electrolyzers, fuel cell systems, high-pressure storage, and H2 distribution.

As an active member of the European association in the hydrogen segment, the company will be shaping the future of carbon neutrality and advancing the development of the energy transition.

“We are committed to contributing to the growth of the hydrogen industry with our future-proof piping systems for the safe and reliable transport of liquids and gases across the entire H2 value chain. Therefore, we are very much looking forward to exchanging and interacting with the members of Hydrogen Europe to create connections for life”, comments Rachel Bros De Puechredon.

Jorgo Chatzimarkakis states, “We were delighted to approve the membership application of GF Piping Systems, a strategic pure polymer piping system supplier. In line with our vision and mission, GF Piping Systems plays a major part in the roll-out of clean, sustainable hydrogen across the value chain.”

Hydrogen Europe, with over 400 members, including over 25 EU regions and 30 national associations, is the leading European association encouraging national and international policies and initiatives that strengthen the full development of European and global hydrogen technologies and clean hydrogen markets. The organization aims to propel global carbon neutrality by accelerating the European hydrogen industry.

Engr. Haseeb Ullah

Haseeb covers the global energy market for both conventional and modern energy resources. His expertise is on the global energy supply chain from generation to distribution and end-users. He has a Master degree in Engineering Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
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