General – Belgian Hydrogen Council
WaterstofNet in Belgium launches the Belgian Hydrogen Council (BHC), together with Cluster TWEED.
The Council will be charged with important tasks like the promotion of the Belgian hydrogen industry at home and abroad, as well as advise policymakers on the rollout of their regional and federal hydrogen strategies.
With this Council, Belgium follows the example of other countries such as Germany and France. We intend to work closely together with the German hydrogen council, with France hydrogène and with other national councils.
The Board of the Belgian Hydrogen Council is formed by eight companies, covering the hydrogen value chain. These companies were elected among all cluster members and will represent the Belgian Hydrogen Council for the coming two years: ENGIE Belgium (production), John Cockerill (technology), Fluxys (infrastructure), Port of Antwerp-Bruges (ports & import), ArcelorMittal Belgium (industry), INEOS (industry), Virya Energy (mobility) and Sirris | Innovation forward (research).