Hydrogen partnership NL and Japan: opportunities for knowledge and trade

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Commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and in cooperation with RVO and the Dutch Embassy in Tokyo, a covenant was signed on 21 January for a Dutch-Japanese partnership in hydrogen developments. New Energy Coalition has been asked to coordinate.

A new cluster from the Partners for International Business (PIB) programme is joining forces to improve hydrogen technology (hydrogen sector) in Japan.

The cluster now consists of 12 Dutch companies: Bronkhorst, FME, N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie, Groningen Seaports, Holthausen Howden, Hygear, Kiwa, New Energy Coalition, Royal Vopak, SHV Energy, Soluforce and TNO. They signed a PIB cooperation agreement online on 21 January. In the coming years, they will work to position the Netherlands as a strategic trade and knowledge partner for Japan.

Are you a Dutch company active in the hydrogen sector? Then sign up quickly. The sooner your company joins the cluster, the more benefits you will reap. You can register with Patrick Cnubben, Manager LNG & Hydrogen of New Energy Coalition and coordinator of this cluster.

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