Australian Hydrogen Council announces new hydrogen partnerships

Hot on the heels of the announcement about its collaboration with the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA), the Australian Hydrogen Council has today revealed a further four new partnerships with industry bodies in a bid to fast track deployment of hydrogen technologies.

Bioenergy Australia, the Clean Energy Coucil, the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association and the New Zealand Hydrogen Association have all signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with the AHC to collaborate on hydrogen issues, share information and facilitate project partnerships.

These new partnerships are in addition to AHC’s existing MoUs with CHFCA, H2Korea, Energy Networks Australia and the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries, the AHC said.

AHC CEO Dr. Fiona Simon said that collaborating with national and international partners is vital, particularly at this stage of the emerging hydrogen industry.

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