The Hyzon Zero Carbon Alliance, an initiative of leading companies working to accelerate hydrogen-powered mobility worldwide, has added Woodside Energy as its newest member. Championed by Hyzon Motors Inchydrogen fuel cell-powered commercial vehicles, the Alliance brings together active participants along the hydrogen-value chain, from production to technology development, from innovation to investment. In joining the Alliance, Woodside Energy, Australia’s leading natural gas producer, brings a deep commitment to the production and distribution of hydrogen. Woodside is pursuing development of a number of large-scale hydrogen production projects and technologies as part of their mission to be society’s trusted energy partner. Woodside’s membership will complement the Alliance’s existing members’ expertise to drive scale, speed and collaboration within the hydrogen mobility sector, and will move the Alliance closer to achieving one of its primary goals – to lower hydrogen costs by harnessing the power of strategic partnerships and a united industry approach. Woodside will join the nine current members of the Alliance including Ark Energy (a subsidiary of Korea Zinc), Total, AXA, Bank of America, Hiringa Energy, Modern Group, NEOM, Raven SR and ReCarbon.