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Chemours expands ion exchange materials

Chemours is to invest $200 million to increase capacity and advance technology for its Nafion brand ion exchange materials at the site in Villers-Saint-Paul, France. The investment is subject to obtaining the necessary permits and licences for construction and operations. It includes ionomers and associated membranes.

Mark Newman, president and CEO, commented: “Chemours has chosen France for this investment in the hydrogen economy because of the strong alignment between our sustainable growth vision, the French government’s goal to create a reliable and strong hydrogen economy and the EU’s ambition to deliver a clean energy transition based on the objectives set in the EU Climate Law.”

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