Hydrogen Council

Launched in 2017, the Hydrogen Council is a growing coalition of CEOs from leading global organisations, whose objective is to accelerate major investment into large scale commercialisation of hydrogen solutions across all industries worldwide. Watch their video on the scaling up of hydrogen here

UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UKHFCA)

The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UKHFCA) supports members in understanding and enhancing the prospects for hydrogen and fuel cells in the UK, and acts on behalf of its members to accelerate the commercialization of these clean energy solutions.

Hydrogen London

Hydrogen London is a partnership which consists of experts from government, business and academia. Established in 2002, Hydrogen London is at the heart of London’s hydrogen and fuel cell industry driving forward growth and investment to make London a leader in the sector. 

Hydrogen East

HydrogenEast is committed to raising awareness of existing and potential hydrogen opportunities across East Anglia and to promote the technology.

Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA)

The Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA) promotes and develops Scottish expertise in fuel cells and hydrogen technologies.

SHFCA brings together Scotland’s specialised fuel cell companies, power generation companies, academic institutions, research and development bodies, energy consultants, Scottish Enterprise and local enterprise companies and councils with an interest in Hydrogen & Fuel Cells.

Hydrogen Ireland

Hydrogen Ireland (H2IRL) is a new national association that will act as a forum for the hydrogen community in Ireland. Bringing together industry, universities, research institutes and policymakers to create one voice to help drive policy change and secure sustainable energy for all. One of the CPH2 founding members and director in Ireland, Joe Scott is actively engaged with H2IRL.

Lancaster University, Centre for Global Eco-Innovation

Working with many commercial partners including major multinationals to small businesses, the university’s Centre for Global Eco-Innovation conducts research into the sustainable consumption patterns of products, processes and services to help reduce environmental impact and improve the efficient and responsible use of natural resources.

Innovate UK

Innovate UK which is part of UK Research and Innovation, funds business and research collaborations to accelerate innovation and drive business investment into R&D. Support is available to businesses across all economic sectors, value chains, and UK regions.


Ansys is a global leader in engineering simulation. Founded in 1970 they provide engineering simulation software that predicts how product designs will behave in real-world environments. CPH2 are proud to be associated with ANSYS allowing us to continually develop our Membrane-Free Electrolyser™.

Doncaster Chamber of Commerce

The Doncaster Chamber of Commerce has served the business community of Doncaster for 75 years. An independent not-for-profit organisation deeply rooted in the local community who work on members' behalf to lobby local and national government about the key issues affecting the private sector.


The TWI offers members access to resources and knowledge of advancing engineering technologies, vital to all levels of research and innovation.

Our Technology

CPH2 has advanced the development of hydrogen as a green energy by demonstrating a new form of production. CPH2 has conceived, patented, developed and validated an efficient, cost-effective and reliable means of producing hydrogen, lowering the barriers to wide-scale adoption and accelerating the progress towards a zero-carbon future.

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