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Three reasons why international cooperation is key to unlocking the hydrogen energy economy

The collective effort needed to build a clean hydrogen energy system is already underway Image: REUTERS/Alex Gallardo

Benoît Potier

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Air Liquide SA, Hydrogen Council Co-Chair

Euisun Chung

Executive Vice Chairman, Hyundai Motor Group, Hydrogen Council Co-Chair

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Hydrogen energy could have a huge part to play in a low-carbon energy future Image: Hydrogen Council; IEA ETP Hydrogen and Fuel Cells CBS; National Energy Outlook 2016

A representative sample of key existing hydrogen energy projects in each geography Image: The Hydrogen Council

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