Hydrogen firmly on the agenda of CEM and Mission Innovation


Mission Innovation – a coalition of 22 governments working to accelerate the clean energy revolution – yesterday announced the launch of the “Hydrogen Innovation Challenge” aiming to reduce costs along the value chain and further expand the deployment of hydrogen (H2).

Innovation Challenges are global calls to action in areas which Mission Innovation members believe could make a significant contribution to climate action efforts. It will bring together researchers, innovators and industry to scale up the global H2 supply chain. Led by Australia, Germany and the European Union, other members include China, Japan, India, Saudi Arabia, France, Italy, Norway, UK, Canada and the USA.

“In coming months, researchers, industry and governments will come together to pinpoint the places in the global value chain where significant cost reductions can be achieved through technical breakthroughs. Collaborations will be formed around these issues, and researchers and industry will work together to solve these problems,” explained Mission Innovation Secretary, Sharon Kearney. 

She added, “We welcome participation from industry, innovators and the research sphere, please make contact via the Mission Innovation website in the first instance.”

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