The African Hydrogen Partnership (AHP) is a member of a number of relevant Associations who have matching objectives.

Hydrogen Europe is the European association representing the interest of the hydrogen industry and its stakeholders and promoting hydrogen as an enabler of a zero-emission society. With more than 450+ members, including 25+ EU regions and 30+ national associations, it encompasses the entire value chain of the European hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem.


Established in March 2021, the Namibian Green Hydrogen Association (NamGHA) provides a platform for private sector organisations to engage with the Government of the Republic of Namibia to guide the development of Green Hydrogen-related industries whilst promoting local job creation and regional economic development.

The International Fertilizer Association (ifa) is the only global fertilizer association and has a membership of some 400 entities, encompassing companies across the fertilizer value chain from producers through traders and distributors and service providers to advisors, research organizations and NGOs.

The mission of the Green Hydrogen Organisation (GH2) is to dramatically accelerate the production and utilisation of green hydrogen across a range of sectors globally. It will push to rapidly decarbonise industries like steel, cement, fertilisers, shipping and aviation that have so far made limited progress reducing their emissions

The vision of the International Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association (IHFCA) is to realize the global large-scale application of hydrogen energy and fuel cells, to promote global green, low-carbon, and sustainable development, to build a clean and beautiful new world and to build community of life on earth.

The Ukrainian Hydrogen Council is the national hydrogen energy association of Ukraine. The association is dedicated to the development of green hydrogen as an integral part of the production and supply of alternative energy sources as well as the dissemination of hydrogen technologies in a variety of industry and business sectors. 
Dii Desert Energy launched the MENA Hydrogen Alliance which brings together private and public sector actors as well as science and academia to kick-start green hydrogen economies. The alliance acts as an impartial advisor to promote pilot projects in the region, elaborates (potential) business cases and structure for large projects, proposes the necessary policy and regulatory frameworks, and educates different stakeholders on all relevant aspects of the hydrogen value chain.