COP26: Mission Innovation reveals four new missions to accelerate clean energy technologies with hydrogen included

November 10, 2021

23 Governments have revealed four new missions, as part of Mission Innovation, that aim to accelerate innovative, clean energy technologies and its application within hard-to-abate sectors with hydrogen included.

The missions will utilise a range of zero-emission technologies to decarbonise sectors including industry and cities by bringing together the top players in the world to accelerate the adoption of clean energy technologies.

Countries included with the missions include the European Commission, the US, India, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Australia, Austria, Chile, and the Netherlands.

Jennifer Granholm, US Secretary of Energy, said, “Mission Innovation is all about collaborating across borders and working together to innovate so we can tackle the climate crisis faster.”

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