The collaboration between the two companies will focus on three primary areas including hydrogen refuelling stations, engineering related to the production of hydrogen, and developing overseas supply chains for hydrogen.

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Initially the two companies will create a consortium in order to construct and operate hydrogen refuelling stations by the end of 2022.

This will significantly support the growing hydrogen mobility market and create supply and demand for hydrogen production projects in the future.

With further expansion into the hydrogen ecosystem, the two companies will collaboratively support the Asian hydrogen sphere and turn the region into a powerhouse for zero-emission technologies.

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