India and the UK will boost their cooperation on climate change to help reach their goal of reducing carbon emissions by the end of the decade, increasing work on hydrogen, which is derived from renewable resources.
The countries will both profit from working together on green hydrogen. They will gain from each other’s experience on carbon-neutral fuel sources, collaboration in regulations and policies, and innovation in research and development.
The enhanced understanding of the hydrogen economy will aid both countries in their current and future operations, as well as in helping promote new technologies, laws, and investment possibilities that could boost the hydrogen economy and infrastructure.
Finally, the alliance will look into cost-effective solutions to climate change in the areas of clean energy, renewable transportation, and e-mobility, sustainable financing, and industrial decarbonization. A number of hydrogen-based technologies, such as fuel cell vehicles, are expected to be researched.