A new Australia-Republic of Korea (ROK) low and zero emissions technology partnership is set to see the two countries work together to support the adoption of low and zero emissions technologies, such as hydrogen.
Unveiling the partnership on Sunday (Oct 31), the parties said the effort will include collaboration on clean hydrogen, clean ammonia, hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles and hydrogen generation.
Further to that, the partnership will support research on hydrogen supply chains between companies in both Australia and Korea and will also see a low emissions stell and iron ore initiative pursued.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and President Moon Jae-in of the ROK agreed the partnership during bilateral talks at the G20 summit in Rome, ahead of COP26 in Glasgow.
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