UAE, Russia to bolster hydrogen prospects with new agreement

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Russia will bolster industrial collaboration in the field of hydrogen fuel technology to boost domestic decarbonisation with the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU).

As reported by the Emirates News Agency, the MoU will see the two nations explore sustainable and reduce energy sources through hydrogen including its production, storage and transportation.

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