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Russia to decarbonise the Sakhalin region through hydrogen fuel cell transportation

Russia to decarbonise the Sakhalin region through hydrogen fuel cell transportation

Russia is continuing to build its hydrogen ecosystem on the path to net zero emissions with a new project that aims to decarbonise the Sakhalin Island transportation sector through hydrogen fuel cells.

The project will be explored through a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed today between Rosatom Overseas, KAMAZ, Far East Artic Development Corporation JSC and Sakhalin Region Development Corporation.

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Through the signing of the MoU, the parties will jointly participate in the hydrogen fleet demonstration project whilst also discussing launching hydrogen fuel cell transport on the entire territory of the Sakhalin Region.

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