Vandana Kumar, additional secretary. Ministry of new and renewable energy said in a workshop. Which was on decarbonized hydrogen. Organized by the Embassy of France in India and the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW). “Our industry is very sanguine to take part in the green hydrogen technology. By itself on the generation of hydrogen. On production of various technologies. And we are very much looking forward to cooperate with France in this.”
Noting that a joint declaration of said potential technology has already been agreed. Between the two countries, she said. “We are looking forward to a suitable opportunity, a suitable event. That would be signed between India and France as earliest.”
“It also represents an ambitious new chapter of cooperation between France and India, as agreed by President Macron and Prime Minister Modi in Paris on 4th May. By seizing the synergies between our two countries’ ambitious national hydrogen strategies, France and India can team up on green hydrogen to accelerate our clean energy transition, meet our carbon neutrality targets, and strengthen our energy independence”.