UK & Taiwan Boosting Collaboration and Partnership for 2050 Net Zero Goals
This week Aquaterra Energy are delighted to be joining ten UK companies at the UK-Taiwan Hydrogen Mobility Pavillion to support Taiwan’s green future and 2050 net zero goals.
The UK Hydrogen Trade Mission has been organised by The British Office Taipei and Scottish Development International (SDI) to visit Taiwan and exhibit at Energy Taiwan, from 19 to 21 October 2022, in conjunction with the Taiwan Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Partnership (THFCP).
The event is showcasing a delegation of pioneering UK companies who operate across the hydrogen value chain to share the UK’s expertise on hydrogen compression solutions, hydrogen production, refueling, storage, hydrogen fuel systems, and engineering and environmental consultancy.
Anne Haase, Renewables Director, at Aquaterra Energy comments: “With governments and businesses recognising the value of hydrogen as a vital component of the future energy mix supporting net zero and energy security, we’re hugely excited about this collaboration between the UK and Taiwan. We’re delighted to be part of this Hydrogen Mission, seeing great potential in the Taiwanese market in terms of integrating scalable green hydrogen and are excited to discuss future opportunities at Energy Taiwan”.
The UK Government published its hydrogen strategy in 2021, setting out its ambitions for 5GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by 2030. The strategy includes a chapter on how the UK is working with other leading hydrogen nations to drive global leadership on the development of low carbon hydrogen to support the world’s transition to net zero.
We see this mission as a vital step in progressing the world’s energy transition strategy, collaboration and partnership will be a key driver in moving the world forwards. In particular, green hydrogen at scale is fundamental to rapid decarbonisaton of the energy system.