UK and Germany collaborate to further advance hydrogen developments

The German and UK Governments have announced today (September 26) a Joint Declaration of Intent to advance the development of an international hydrogen industry.

Lord Callanan, the UK Minister for Energy Efficiency and Green Finance, and Germany’s Philip Nimrmann, the Federal Republic of State Secretary for Energy, signed the agreement, ensuring the two countries will work together to underpin the international trade in hydrogen.

Under the agreement, each government will accelerate the role of low carbon hydrogen in its nation’s energy mix and have committed to work together to advance innovative and renewable hydrogen technologies, supporting jobs and low carbon investment.

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