German business association DIHK Service is working in partnership with The National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NOW GmbH) to share learnings on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and expand the hydrogen economy.
The two organisations have signed a cooperation agreement to contribute to improving international knowledge and technology transfer and in particular, to support German companies in recognising and exploiting market potential early.
“Through the exchange of expertise between DIHK Service and NOW GmbH, mutual support on specific projects as well as the establishment and expansion of international networks for sustainable hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, market knowledge and local networks of foreign chambers of commerce will be better utilised for the expansion of a hydrogen economy,” NOW GmbH confirmed in a statement.
The agreement is in the framework of the Environmental Technologies Export Initiative of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).
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