The CLH Group incorporates a new company under the name of Exolum

  • The main purpose of this new company is to promote activity diversification and entrepreneurship

The CLH Group has incorporated a new company under the name of Exolum, which focuses on identifying and developing new business opportunities, thus strengthening the Group's commitment to innovation and entrepreneurship based on its aim to “contribute to the development of society and the sustainability of the planet, managing essential infrastructures for the well-being of individuals”.

Thanks to this initiative, the CLH Group will be able to promote the diversification of its operations in a more agile and efficient manner through the development of businesses in industries and sectors other than those where it traditionally operates.

Exolum will operate independently and will have its own headquarters and an independent team for the development of its projects.

The new company is already working on a series of promising opportunities that have originated from market research, assessments and analyses, with the only requirement being that they are feasible and fit into the objectives defined by the CLH Group, namely, to provide services that contribute to the well-being of individuals and sustainability.

A specific example is the agreement recently signed with the American company Plug Power to extend the use of hydrogen in Spain through the design, implementation and operation of energy solutions based on this technology. This alliance will make it possible to offer integrated solutions to customers, such as the adaptation of existing equipment for use with hydrogen or the commercialisation of new equipment, the continuous supply of hydrogen and the building and maintenance of the required infrastructures. 

The incorporation of Exolum is part of the strategy designed by the CLH Group to face with a certain degree of certainty the climate change challenge and energy transition.

In order to achieve this, the CLH Group is also working on offering new specialised services to its customers, growing at an international level, promoting its aviation business or reinforcing the sustainability of its operations. For such purpose, it has approved a new plan that will help reduce its carbon footprint by 50% in 2025, aiming at being carbon neutral by 2050.