Canada and Australia to increase collaboration in hydrogen and fuel cell technologies

The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) and Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to commercially deploy zero emission hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

The MoU outlines various areas of cooperation between the Canadian and Australian sectors including identifying opportunities for joint projects in mining and transportation, exchanging market intelligence and best practices for codes and standards, developing common messages to raise awareness of the benefits of hydrogen and fuel cells, and promoting business and research collaboration.

“Hydrogen is essential to decarbonising Canada and Australia’s transportation, mining, industrial processing, and heating sectors while providing an economical and efficient choice for our citizens and industry,” said Mark Kirby, President and CEO of the CHFCA.

Fiona Simon, CEO of the AHC, added, “International collaboration is a crucial part of building a competitive hydrogen industry that drives economic growth, creates jobs and provides a new way to power industries and homes.”

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