Chemours Increases Nafion™ Ion Exchange Material Production in Villers-Saint-Paul, France to Meet Rising Market Demand for Clean Hydrogen Generation

Chemours, a global chemistry company, has announced a $200 million investment to increase capacity and advance technology for its Nafion ion exchange materials. The investment will be located at Chemours' manufacturing facility in France and will support the growing market demand for clean hydrogen generation and energy storage. The expansion will create jobs in the region and contribute to the clean energy transition. Chemours is committed to enabling the global hydrogen economy and supporting sustainable manufacturing. The investment is subject to obtaining necessary permits and licenses. Chemours is also involved in various hydrogen initiatives and partnerships.

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