India and the UK will strengthen its partnership on climate change to reduce carbon emissions by the end of the current decade; this will deep the collaboration on green hydrogen.
In collaborating on green hydrogen, the two nations will both support each other by sharing useful knowledge on the carbon-neutral fuel source, policy and regulation cooperation in addition to research and innovation.
The knowledge of this will help both nations to expand its current hydrogen operations, helping to promote new technologies, policies and investment opportunities to boost the hydrogen economy and infrastructure.
As well as this, the partnership will look into low-cost climate appropriate technologies in areas in clean energy, clean transport and e-mobility, sustainable finance, green businesses and industrial decarbonisation.
It is expected through this that several hydrogen technologies could be pursued with its vital environmental factors, such as fuel cell vehicles, to reduce carbon emissions on the roads.
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