The Philippines further explores green hydrogen as a fuel source in new MoU

The Philippines is continuing to explore the use of green hydrogen as a fuel source, announcing the signing of a new deal with Tokyo-based Hydrogen Technology (HTI).

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will enable the Philippines to fast-track research and development (R&D) activities around hydrogen, the Philippines’ Department of Energy (DOE) confirmed in a statement on Wednesday (7th April).

The news comes just months after the Philippines inked a deal with Australian hydrogen research and development company Star Scientific which looks to transition the entire nation to green nation.

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