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The MVIS Global Hydrogen Economy Index tracks the overall performance of the global hydrogen segment and also considers fuel cell companies and industrial gases companies to a certain extent.
Underlying IndexMVIS® Global Hydrogen Economy Index (MVHTWOTR)
The modified market cap-weighted index tracks the performance of the global hydrogen segment and also considers fuel cell companies and industrial gases companies to a certain extend. The index includes mainly companies with at least 50% (25% for current components) of their revenues from hydrogen projects or projects that have the potential to generate at least 50% of their revenues from the hydrogen industry when developed. Due to the lack of pure-play companies in the global hydrogen segment, the index will also considers companies with at least 50% (25% for current components) of their revenues from fuel cells or industrial gases projects or projects that have the potential to generate at least 50% of their revenues from the fuel cell industry or the industrial gases industry.
Companies initially eligible for inclusion in Index
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