Poland and Japan deepen hydrogen cooperation

Poland and Japan have signed an MoU which will deepen hydrogen cooperation between the two countries. 

In a tweet, Anna Moskwa, Minster of Climate and Environment, wrote, “Today, together with the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, Yasutoshi Nishimura, I signed a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation between our countries in this field. This agreement will translate into increased interest in  business in hydrogen investments in Poland hydrogen investments.

“Today we also outlined new areas of cooperation. In addition to hydrogen, it is CCS carbon capture and storage technology. This is another step towards energy sovereignty.”

Japan has been building closer links with Europe, signing a Memorandum of Cooperation on Hydrogen with the EU last December.

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