Chemours to expand fuel cell membrane materials capacity with USD200 million investment

Circular Economy & Remanufacturing

Demand for its Nafion™ ion exchange materials is being driven by growth of the hydrogen fuel cell and flow battery markets

US chemical company Chemours announced via press release on 3 October that it will be investing USD200 million to expand capacity and advance technology of its Nafion™ ion exchange materials.

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