Japan and South Korea ‘to build hydrogen and ammonia supply chain’

Japan and South Korea are poised to announce closer collaboration in building a hydrogen and ammonia supply chain.

Details of the partnership will be unveiled at an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum summit meeting in the US next week, according to Nikkei Asia.

It would mark the next phase of an evolving commercial relationship as both countries look to bolster policy cooperation with hydrogen industrial development and safety.

H2 View reported in June how they have agreed on the need for hydrogen energy in the shared goal of achieving carbon neutrality.

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