Germany wants to speed up cooperation with Australia on green hydrogen energy

Germany wants to speed up green hydrogen cooperation with Australia because its efforts to move away from fossil fuels have become more urgent following the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the country's research minister has said.

Germany and Australia signed an agreement last year to establish a renewable energy based supply chain between the two countries as part of Berlin's efforts to develop environmentally friendly hydrogen.

Germany wants to speed up cooperation with Australia on green hydrogen energyBecause Germany's demand for green hydrogen cannot be met at home, it is seeking overseas partnerships to secure imports. Germany aims to produce green hydrogen on a commercial scale by 2030, initially to feed the country's steel industry.

At present, Germany wants Woodside and Fortescue, two Australian companies, to be listed as suppliers of green hydrogen, and the two companies are interested in working with German companies to acquire electrolytic cells.

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