Russia and Japan agree on hydrogen cooperation
20:05 - 27/09/2019
Information / Baghdad
The Russian company "Ros Atom Overseas", a cooperation agreement in the field of joint development during 2020-2021 in Tokyo, with the Energy and Natural Resources Agency of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan.
The feasibility study of a pilot project in the export of hydrogen from Russia to Japan, where the pilot export project examines the possibility of producing hydrogen for the Japanese market through electrolysis.
The agreement was signed by the Russian side, deputy head of marketing and business development at Ross Atom Overseas, Anton Muskevin. On the Japanese side, the agreement was signed by Tomohiro Kaneko, deputy commissioner of the Energy and Natural Resources Agency of Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
“Today, Japan is among the pioneers in the development of the hydrogen economy. At the same time, it is extremely important to ensure the production of environmentally friendly hydrogen. ”
“Rosatom is pleased to present its potential in the field of clean energy production, equipment, and implementation of international projects, collaborating with Japan in developing a global hydrogen supply chain,” Moskvin added.