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Hydrogen Consortium to Foster Global Collaboration.

Updated: 2 days ago

NEW YORK – Altru Institute announced the formation of a Global Consortium of the key players in energy transition focused on Hydrogen.


The Hydrogen Consortium, a highly curated one-stop website and database of global collaborate to maximize the potential of clean hydrogen as an energy source. Its central role is to support the overall ecosystem supporting organizations focused on the energy transition.

 Its central role is to support the overall ecosystem supporting organizations focused on information and education

“By supporting the communicators, we increase the flow of information which supports the global ecosystem. The greater awareness as to who’s doing what and where, the greater opportunity for efficient collaboration” said Brett Johnson, CEO of the Altru Institute, a New York, and Davos based think tank focused on complex global challenges.  


The Consortium is now reaching out to organizations to enroll them in this collaborative effort and will introduce its founding members at its organizational meeting.


In addition to the communicators, companies with solutions that can be scaled globally will be invited. Early adopters include HDEX a UK and US firm which is developing a global trading platform for Hydrogen, Infener a German firm building hydrogen hubs and residential energy systems and Wild Hydrogen a UK based firm that has dveloped a means to produce green hydrogen that is both affordable and carbon negative.


This initiative is part of the Altru Climate Project. Its core thesis is the energy challenge requires rapid growth of firms with proven solutions that must become much bigger, much faster. The strategy is viable because it unlocks tremendous economic value that can fund such expansion. But it requires a dramatic increase in cross border and bilateral joint ventures. Therein lies the importance of creating awareness on a global basis among the key players.

Altru Climate Project's core thesis is the energy challenge requires rapid growth of firms with proven solutions that must become much bigger much faster.

“We are pleased to be part of this important effort. Hydrogen can have an important impact to meet the global energy needs and collaboration among industry leaders is critical to making that happen, said James Milner, Founder and CEO of Wild Hydrogen. This fills an important need internationally and be of great service to all involved worldwide.”


“This fills an unmet need of a central clearinghouse that can improve communications” said Dr. Dale Ramlakhan, head of development for HDF Energy Caribbean. Other members of the advisory board include James Tu institutional investor equity investor in the space since in the first round of Plug Power, Joe Lufkin a cross border project manager that has worked in 23 countries.


For additional Information. Contact. info@altruinstitute.com.

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