India and Germany sign joint declaration of intent on Indo–German Green Hydrogen Task Force

India and Germany have signed a joint declaration of intent on Indo-German Hydrogen Task Force.

Under the agreement, both countries will establish an Indo-German Green Hydrogen Task Force to strengthen mutual cooperation in production, utilisation, storage and distribution of green hydrogen through building enabling frameworks for projects, regulations and standards, trade and joint research and development (R&D) projects.The common long-term goal of both the countries is to reduce emissions and protect the environment. This requires a global upscale of green hydrogen production and offtake. India and Germany therefore support the establishment of a global green hydrogen economy, to facilitate the achievement of the goals under the Paris agreement.

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