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Germany and Canada formally sign hydrogen energy cooperation agreement
Seetao 2022-08-25 14:55
  • Canada plans to invest billions in developing technology, construction of projects and infrastructure
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On August 24, 2022, Germany and Canada formally signed a cooperation agreement on hydrogen energy, which aims to help Germany further achieve its goals of energy independence and climate protection.

German Chancellor Scholz, Deputy Chancellor and Minister of Economy and Climate Protection Habeck jointly attended the signing ceremony. Habeck and Canadian Minister of Natural Resources Wilkinson jointly signed the agreement.

The signing ceremony took place in Stephenville, Canada, where large-scale wind farms will soon expand hydrogen production, with the goal of fully building the hydrogen supply chain by 2030 and exporting it to Germany starting in 2025.Editor/Ma Xue

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