South Korea and Poland look to cooperate on renewable hydrogen

South Korea and Poland are set to cooperate on the development of a renewable hydrogen ecosystem after two trade associations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

H2Korea, an agency promoting the South Korean hydrogen industry and the Hydrogen Poland Association signed an MoU at the Korea-Poland Economic Forum in Warsaw, Poland, today (July 14) to launch bilateral cooperation.

Under the agreement, both parties will actively promote cooperation between companies in the two companies by sharing information and connecting hydrogen investors, as well as developing policies and promoting them at government level, while coordinating exchange between the private and public sectors.

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