AKBC signs MoU with the Australian Hydrogen Council
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AKBC signs MoU with the Australian Hydrogen Council

On 9 November, Fiona Simon, CEO of Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) and Liz Griffin, the Executive Director of the Australia-Korea Business Council (AKBC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). Both the AKBC and AHC recognise the significant role that hydrogen can play in helping Australian and Korean economies transition to a lower carbon future.

The MOU provides a platform for both organisations to work together to explore collaboration opportunities in hydrogen between the two nations to ensure the opportunities in trade, investment and research are maximised.

Fiona Simon currently serves as a member of the AKBC hydrogen sub-committee.