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Hydrogen and fuel cell opportunities to be explored by the UK and Taiwan through a new agreement

Hydrogen and fuel cell opportunities to be explored by the UK and Taiwan through a new agreement

The UK and Taiwan is set to accelerate hydrogen and fuel cell innovation and application with an emerging collaboration to explore several aspects of the hydrogen economy.

Revealed today (Oct 22), transportation, the production of green hydrogen from offshore wind, and partnering on hydrogen project opportunities in third markets will all be explored as part of a new collaboration.

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The memorandum of understanding (MoU), presented at the inaugural UK-Taiwan Hydrogen Forum which featured 100 UK and Taiwanese hydrogen and fuel cell companies, was signed by the Taiwan Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Partnership and Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association.

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