India is strengthening both its development and deployment of hydrogen fuel cell solutions in order to decarbonise light and heavy mobility applications as well as for back-up power.
EH Group Engineering and H2ePower have teamed up on the effort, having today (September 22) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Coming at a time where India has an enhanced focus on decarbonisation, the partnership hopes to see great acceleration in the country’s hydrogen ecosystem.
On the effort, Christopher Brandon, co-founder of EH Group, said, “The prerogative to decarbonise and tackle air pollution in India provides a unique opportunity for our fuel cell products.
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