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Namie, Japan and Lancaster, California recognised by Japanese Government for its ‘Smart Sister Cities’ partnership
Namie, Japan and Lancaster, California recognised by Japanese Government for its ‘Smart Sister Cities’ partnership

Namie, Japan and Lancaster, California recognised by Japanese Government for its ‘Smart Sister Cities’ partnership

As celebrations continue for National Hydrogen Day, the Japanese Vice-Minister of Economy, Trade, and Industry has congratulated two cities, Lancaster, US, and Namie, Japan, on becoming the first cities in the world to partner on supporting hydrogen innovation.

Revealed back in July, 2021, Mayor Rex Parris of Lancaster, California and Akira Muto, the Japanese Consul General in Los Angeles inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop a “Smart Sister Cities” relationship for hydrogen production, storage, delivery and end use at city facilities and communities.

Read more: Namie, Japan and Lancaster, California ink historic agreement to be ‘world’s first’ hydrogen municipalities

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