COP26: US Department of Energy reveals innovative H2 Twin Cities initiative

November 11, 2021

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has revealed today (Nov 10) a new H2 Twin Cities initiative at COP26 that aims to accelerate hydrogen’s deployment by pairing with international communities.

It is hoped that by pairing with global communities that knowledge around hydrogen can be shared as well as promoting learning from each other to accelerate and progress hydrogen’s development.

Sharing best practices and lessons learned across cities and communities around the world has the potential to accelerate and increase technology deployment and adoption worldwide.

Under the H2 Twin Cities initiative, any city in any country with a demonstrated commitment to advancing hydrogen and fuel cell technology can express interest to partner and connect with another city.

Read more here.

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