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COP27: IRENA and UNIDO sign joint declaration to advance energy transition with green hydrogen

The Director-Generals of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) have signed a joint declaration to advance sustainable energy through the role of green hydrogen.

In a statement made at the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 in Egypt, today (November 8), both organisations’ leaders declared to jointly advance the energy transition through green hydrogen in a bid to gain access to energy, energy security, and economic development.

H2 View understands both parties have agreed to facilitate information exchange between key stakeholders while developing effective enabling mechanisms for green hydrogen production and its industrial end-uses within UNIDO’s Global Programme for Green Hydrogen in Industry framework, and IRENA’s Coalition Action and the Global Alliance for Industry Decarbonisation.

Read more: UNIDO launches new programme to support global hydrogen applications within industry

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