CPH2 granted Fit for Hydrogen status

Wednesday 10 April 2024

Clean Power Hydrogen plc is pleased to announce that its Doncaster R&D and production facility has been granted Fit For Hydrogen (F4H2) status.

 

CPH2 has achieved recognition by the Nuclear AMRC (Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre) under the Fit for Hydrogen (F4H2) programme. This recognition acknowledges that CPH2 has undergone a business improvement and sector-specific learning journey to enable the business to deliver excellence to the hydrogen sector. The status is valid for up to three years.

 

The AMRC's "Fit For" programmes are designed to help suppliers improve their business. These programs evaluate companies based on various quality and business excellence measures. They also provide industry-specific development activities.

 

Arash Selahi, Chief Operating Officer, said: "This latest business achievement is a testament to our close collaboration with the Nuclear AMRC team and a shared commitment to excellence." 

 

The pilot Fit For Hydrogen (F4H2) programme was funded through the Zero Carbon Humber Partnership, a major collaboration to clean up the UK's most carbon-intensive industrial cluster, with support from the UK government's Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. The Nuclear AMRC, part of the High-Value Manufacturing Catapult, delivered it.

 

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