Johnson Matthey’s vision is for a world that’s cleaner and healthier, today and for future generations.

As a global leader in sustainable technologies, we apply our cutting-edge science to create solutions with our customers that make a real difference to the world around us. Today one in three cars is fitted with a JM catalyst which prevents 40ton/min of pollutants to be released to the atmosphere.

We aim to have 95% of our sales contributing to four priority UN SDGs by 2030​ and to achieve net zero by 2040. And we help other businesses to achieve their sustainability targets with our science, technology and products. We’ve been leaders in our field for more than 200 years, applying unrivalled scientific expertise to enable cleaner air, improved health and the more efficient use of our planet’s natural resources.

And now, as the world faces the challenges of climate change and resource scarcity, we have an even bigger role to play. Johnson Matthey will be central in accelerating the big transitions needed in transport, energy, chemicals production and creating a circular economy.

Role in AMBHER:

Johnson Matthey Technology Centre (JMTC) is a core research group looking at supporting the research and innovation within JM. To achieve this, we are involved in longer term research programs, consortiums, partnerships and collaborations with external companies and universities all around the world, including the AMBHER project. This project is at the heart of our effort to develop sustainable hydrogen technologies. We will mainly focus on modelling, catalyst design and evaluation, material forming and scale up.