India, France to jointly develop green hydrogen energy
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India, France to jointly develop green hydrogen energy

As part of their efforts to promote clean energy transitions and meet carbon neutrality targets, India and France adopted an ambitious roadmap for the development of green hydrogen. According to the French embassy, the roadmap aims to connect the French and Indian hydrogen ecosystems in order to create a reliable and sustainable value chain for decarbonized hydrogen.

The roadmap was signed by Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, French Minister of State for Development and International Partnerships, and R K Singh, India's Minister of New and Renewable Energy.

“Today, I am proud to open this ambitious new chapter in the Indo French partnership for the planet. France and India are teaming up to power the decarbonized hydrogen industry of the future,” Zachropoulou said.

According to the French minister, the "ambitious and tangible roadmap," will "help accelerate" our clean energy transitions and meet our carbon neutrality targets.

“Coming a few weeks ahead of COP27, it sends a strong message of our two countries’ commitment to a low carbon future.” She added. As stated by the French embassy, both countries believe that decarbonized hydrogen has enormous potential, and both have adopted ambitious national hydrogen strategies.

“On May 4, on the occasions of their meeting in Paris, President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a clear mandate to foster bilateral cooperation on hydrogen,” it said.

“The adoption of this roadmap delivers on this mandate. It aims to bring the French and Indian hydrogen and achieve our common goal to be world leaders in decarbonised hydrogen,” the embassy added.

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As part of their efforts to promote clean energy transitions and meet carbon neutrality targets, India and France adopted an ambitious roadmap for the development of green hydrogen. According to the French embassy, the roadmap aims to connect the French and Indian hydrogen ecosystems in order to create a reliable and sustainable value chain for decarbonized hydrogen. The roadmap was signed by Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, French Minister of State for Development and International Partnerships, and R K Singh, India's Minister of New and Renewable Energy. “Today, I am proud to open this ambitious new chapter in the Indo French partnership for the planet. France and India are teaming up to power the decarbonized hydrogen industry of the future,” Zachropoulou said. According to the French minister, the ambitious and tangible roadmap, will help accelerate our clean energy transitions and meet our carbon neutrality targets. “Coming a few weeks ahead of COP27, it sends a strong message of our two countries’ commitment to a low carbon future.” She added. As stated by the French embassy, both countries believe that decarbonized hydrogen has enormous potential, and both have adopted ambitious national hydrogen strategies. “On May 4, on the occasions of their meeting in Paris, President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a clear mandate to foster bilateral cooperation on hydrogen,” it said. “The adoption of this roadmap delivers on this mandate. It aims to bring the French and Indian hydrogen and achieve our common goal to be world leaders in decarbonised hydrogen,” the embassy added. See also: India eyes offshore wind power to become carbon-neutral by 2070 India, France agree on road map for blue economy, ocean governance

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