The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) and Korea’s Hydrogen Convergence Alliance (H2Korea) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to increase collaboration to further advance the collective industry globally.
Morry Markowitz, President of the FCHEA and Moon Jae-do, Chairman of H2Korea today signed the MoU which outlines different areas of cooperation, including information-sharing, codes and standards advancement, message development and encouraging growth of the fuel cell industry and expansion of hydrogen supply.
“Given the vast international interest and investment in fuel cell and hydrogen technologies, this partnership between two national association is an important step the industry needs to keep momentum moving forward in existing markets while expanding to new sector,” Markowitz said.
“The MoU is very meaningful at a time that Korean companies are expanding their joint investment in the US fuel cell and hydrogen markets,” said Moon Jae-do.
Moon Jae-do has also said that he expects the MoU to serve as a steppingstone to promote cooperation in the hydrogen industry between the two countries.