H2KOREA announced on Feb. 18 that it signed an MOU for industrial cooperation with Hydrogen Europe, a hydrogen industry organization of the European Union.
Hydrogen Europe Secretary General Jorgo Chatzimarkakis and H2KOREA Chairman Moon Jae-do signed the MOU on Feb. 17 at the head office of Hydrogen Europe in Brussels, Belgium. The purposes of the MOU include technological and personnel exchange in the hydrogen industry and launching of joint projects in the industry.
Established in 2016, Hydrogen Europe supports hydrogen and fuel cell technology commercialization for European countries. Its 17 members include Belgium, France, Germany, Denmark and Spain.
Earlier, on Feb. 11, H2KOREA concluded an MOU with the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), a public-private partnership in the hydrogen industry of Europe. The MOU is to help South Korean companies join the European Union’s hydrogen projects.