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Deutsche Bank joins the German-Australian Hydrogen Alliance to enhance cooperation between stakeholders
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Deutsche Bank joins the German-Australian Hydrogen Alliance to enhance cooperation between stakeholders

Deutsche Bank revealed today (Oct 7) that it will join the German-Australian Hydrogen Alliance as the Inaugural Presenting Partner as it looks to set the foundation for the hydrogen ecosystem through cooperation.

Formed in November 2020, the alliance functions as an important platform for hydrogen exchanges between Australia and German stakeholders helping to support cooperation in the field of hydrogen.

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Germany has recognised Australia’s immense potential for hydrogen production with an abundance of renewable power sources and thus Germany’s stakeholders could help offer technological expertise to support the growth of hydrogen in the nation.

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