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Australian Smart Energy Council and German Energy Agency form renewable hydrogen partnership

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The Australian Smart Energy Council and the German Energy Agency (dena) have reached a historic agreement to work together on the production and certification of sustainable hydrogen, renewable ammonia and other renewable hydrogen-based fuels and materials.

The two organizations have decided to:

  • cooperate with the Global Alliance Powerfuels’ foreign partner network to promote the production of carbon neutral fuels;
  • cooperate on registration and guarantee schemes of origin for the international trade in renewable hydrogen;
  • identify challenges and opportunities to accelerate the production and deployment of clean hydrogen and other zero-carbon fuels;
  • identify the opportunities for investment in the renewable hydrogen supply chain for trade between Australia and Germany, respectively the EU.

“The Smart Energy Council, through its Hydrogen Australia division, is delighted to be partnering with the German Energy Agency on the development and certification of renewable hydrogen, renewable ammonia and carbon neutral powerfuels. These fuels are critical to building a prosperous, zero carbon economy.”

John Grimes, chief executive of the Smart Energy Council.

“dena welcomes our partnership with the Australian Smart Energy Council. International partnerships are key to tackling climate change and the attainment of our joint energy objectives.”

Andreas Kuhlmann, CEO of dena and spokesman for the Global Alliance Powerfuels.
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