Countries target Japan green hydrogen supply chain opportunities

India, Sarawak, the UAE, Los Angeles and Australia’s New South Wales have been setting out their green hydrogen supply chain aspirations during Japan’s Time To Act Hydrogen Forum 2022.

Yuriko Koike, Governor of Tokyo, said with the world facing the twin challenges of energy security and decarbonisation, cities need to share knowledge and work together.

Green hydrogen is a key focus for Japan. With the Asian country relying on overseas fossil fuels for most of its energy, developing renewably sourced hydrogen energy is important from security and carbon perspectives.

As it aims to expand its green hydrogen industry to 3m tonnes a year by 2030, the development of international supply chains is becoming an increasingly key issue.

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