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Chart recognised for its impacts to the clean energy transition

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Chart Industries Inc. has recently been recognised for its impacts to the clean energy transition and investments in high growth markets.

The company is a finalist for the S&P Global Platts Energy Award in the category of ‘Excellence in LNG’. This award is open to all players in the LNG value chain, including producers, buyers, portfolio players, traders, financial companies, shippers, and technology innovators. The focus is on high-performance in LNG areas including innovation, flexibility, efficiency and partnerships.

Jill Evanko, Chart’s CEO and President, is also a finalist for the S&P Global Platts Energy Award in the category of ‘Chief Trailblazer’, which recognises business leaders that head up an entire corporation and who have consistently demonstrated clarity of vision, judgement and motivational skills that transform and empower their organisation. Jill has also been named to the 2021 - 2022 National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Board of Directors. NAM is a one-stop shop for manufacturing and manufacturers.

Chart has been selected by the European Commission as a new member of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance, which is anchored in the hydrogen value chain, covering renewable and low-carbon hydrogen from production via transmission to mobility, industry, energy, and heating applications. Chart will contribute to the work of the Alliance through its over 50 years of liquid hydrogen equipment and solution experience.

Additionally, Chart has joined Hydrogen Europe to expand its geographic hydrogen presence, which is in addition to its membership in the Hydrogen Council and the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association. Chart has also been unanimously accepted to partner in the DNV GL led Maritime Hydrogen Safety Joint Development Project (MarHySafe) which focuses on maritime hydrogen safety.

Chart has also broke ground at its new parts, repair, service and leasing facility in Richburg, South Carolina, USA. It is expected that the facility will begin repairs at the end of 1Q21 and bring 50 jobs to the region in the near-term.

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