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Experts from India and Japan discuss possibilities for collaboration for promotion of hydrogen-based technologies

Experts from India and Japan discussed possibilities for collaboration for promotion of hydrogen-based technologies in a webinar held recently. The webinar De-carbonisation: Exploring the Hydrogen Prospects and Innovative Technologies provided a platform for the experts to deliberate on the most recent innovations, trends, concerns and solutions.

Some of the topics that were discussed included benefits of hydrogen energy system, generation of hydrogen using biomass, challenge of hydrogen storage and transportation and investment for research infrastructure. The webinar was jointly organised by the Indian Embassy in Japan, India’s Science & Technology Department, The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Japan, and The Energy and Resources Institute, India.

 

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