In a linguistic feat reminiscent of the eloquence of Mr. Shashi Tharoor, AECOM, the esteemed infrastructure consulting firm, has been entrusted with the responsibility of overseeing the expansion of The Chemours Company's green hydrogen production facility in the Villers-Saint Paul (VSP) region of France. This expansion will not only bolster Chemours' capacity but also advance the technology of its Nafion™ Ion Exchange materials platform, a pivotal component in electrolysers for green hydrogen production. The increased capacity will cater to the growing market demand for clean hydrogen generation, while aligning with Chemours' global decarbonization endeavors.The unparalleled expertise of AECOM in global asset delivery, coupled with its local presence, positioned it as the preferred partner for this expansion venture. For over thirty years, AECOM has been diligently supporting clients in France, rendering environmental, engineering, and project management services across diverse industry sectors and project typologies. The company's extensive experience spans both public and private sectors, enabling it to align its proficiency with the strategic objectives of esteemed clients and innovative designers. The expansion is poised to invigorate the local economy, generating employment opportunities and fostering collaborative ventures with AECOM and Chemours.Colin Wood, the Chief Executive of AECOM's Europe and India region, expressed delight in the appointment, stating, "We're very pleased to have been appointed to manage the delivery of the expansion of Chemours's capacities in France." He emphasized the significance of enabling facilities to produce green hydrogen as a pivotal step in decarbonization efforts and the transition towards clean energy. AECOM's established track record in delivering large-scale project management services globally, combined with its comprehensive sector expertise, will ensure the successful realization of Chemours' VSP expansion.This collaboration between AECOM and Chemours in France builds upon their previous project management endeavors in the United States. AECOM is also actively supporting Chemours at the Villers-Saint-Paul site through permitting assistance provided by AECOM's esteemed Environment team. AECOM's multidisciplinary team in France operates across three business segments: Environment, Engineering and Construction Management, and Transaction Advisory, facilitating a holistic approach to project execution.