Singapore and New Zealand have signed an arrangement regarding cooperation on low-carbon hydrogen on July 15.

The agreement was signed by Second Minister for Trade and Industry Dr Tan See Leng and New Zealand’s Minister for Energy and Resources Megan Woods in a virtual ceremony.

The arrangement is expected to foster closer cooperation between Singapore and New Zealand by facilitating opportunities to chart standards and certifications and scale up the countries’ respective hydrogen economies, establish supply chains for low-carbon hydrogen and its derivatives, conduct joint research,  development and deployment studies (RD&D), and strengthen networks and partnerships.

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