Australia and Japan hydrogen cooperation moves forward

Using hydrogen as a clean, affordable and sustainable source of energy is another step closer after Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan signed a joint statement of cooperation with Japan on Friday.

Minister Canavan and Japan’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Hiroshi Kajiyama, signed the joint statement on cooperation on hydrogen and fuel cells during the Australia-Japan Ministerial Economic Dialogue in Melbourne.

Australia and Japan share a strong commitment to cooperating on the deployment of hydrogen as a clean, secure, affordable and sustainable source of energy.

Minister Canavan said Australia and Japan are well placed to maximise the opportunities presented by hydrogen, based on a long history of successful energy and resource trade.

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