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US, Australia, India and Japan to cooperate on developing a clean hydrogen value chain

US, Australia, India and Japan to cooperate on developing a clean hydrogen value chain

Developing a clean hydrogen ecosystem is set to be a central target of a new partnership between the US, Australia, India and Japan.

As part of an in-person meeting between each of the country’s leaders on Sept 24, a partnership on developing the clean hydrogen value chain is seen as a key means of tackling climate issues in the 21st century.

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By targeting clean hydrogen, the quad hope to strengthen and reduce the costs of all of the elements along the value chain associated with clean hydrogen.

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