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European Clean Hydrogen Alliance welcomes Cenergy Holdings

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Cenergy Holdings has signed the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance declaration, as an integral part of
its strategy for sustainable growth in balance with the Paris Climate Agreement, the UN Sustainability
Goals and the EU Green Deal.

Being at the forefront of technological innovation, Cenergy Holdings companies lead the way in R&D
initiatives for hydrogen transportation through existing or new energy networks, develop the technology and the new products that can bring the hydrogen era closer to the realization of a decarbonized clean energy future.

The Alliance aims at an ambitious deployment of hydrogen technologies by 2030, bringing together
renewable and low-carbon hydrogen production, demand in industry, mobility and other sectors, and
hydrogen transmission and distribution.

With the alliance, EU wants to build its global leadership in this domain, to support the EU’s commitment to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.

Cenergy Holdings companies, Corinth Pipeworks and Hellenic Cables, operate in the energy markets and have successfully implemented projects all over the world over decades.

Corinth Pipeworks and Hellenic Cables, are active in the transportation of energy. More specifically, Corinth Pipeworks is a leading steel pipe manufacturer for the energy sector and is the first steel pipe manufacturer worldwide to sign the Hydrogen Alliance.

Hellenic Cables is a leading provider of land and submarine cable solutions that enable the
energy transition around the world. Its products and services are integral parts of onshore and subsea interconnectors, offshore wind and other renewable energy projects. In line with this mission, Hellenic Cables also develops solutions to seamlessly integrate hydrogen into the energy infrastructure.

The alliance will establish an investment agenda and support the scaling up of the hydrogen value chain across Europe. The alliance will play a crucial role in facilitating and implementing the actions of the new European hydrogen strategy and in particular its investment agenda. An industry blueprint estimates investment of €430 billion until 2030.

The alliance should support scaling up production and demand for renewable and low-carbon hydrogen, coordinate action, and provide a broad forum to engage civil society.

Valuable members of the alliance are E.ON, EDP, Elering, Enagas, Engie, Fluxys, Gaz System, Gascade,
GRTgaz, Iberdrola, RWE, Shell, Siemens Energy, Snam, Total, Vattenfall AB etc.

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