Morocco and South Korea are key future markets for the export of technologies from the European clean hydrogen sector. As part of the European H2Global project, which Capenergies is partnering, 2 business trips were recently organised in these countries to get practical partnerships off the ground with local stakeholders.
Mission to Morocco, a pioneering country for green hydrogen
Morocco has drawn up an ambitious road map for developing green hydrogen production and applications, particularly relying on the implementation of international partnerships.
To go and meet public and private contractors and set up the first collaborative ventures, during the World POWER-TO-X Summit in Marrakech, Capenergies led a French delegation of
- 5 innovative companies from the sector: Hydrogen Refueling Solutions, MGH Energy, Teréga Solutions, Artelia, Kouros Investments ;
- TotalEnergies, as partner to support the international expansion of regional companies and thus contribute to the economic growth of our local areas.
Paul Lucchese, Chair of the Hydrogen Technology Collaboration Programme of the International Energy Agency (IEA), attended.
For three days, from 19 to 21 September, extensive networking was carried out. Beginning at the French Embassy in Morocco, talks continued during the BtoB meetings between French and Moroccan companies at the summit.
Alongside the mission, Capenergies signed a partnership agreement with the Cluster GreenH2, considered the hub of Morocco’s hydrogen ecosystem. Aim: to strengthen relations between the French and Moroccan clean hydrogen ecosystems over the long term.
Mission to South Korea, a country driving hydrogen mobility
At the flagship hydrogen industry exhibition H2 MEET, an international delegation led by the consortium of the European H2 Global project travelled to South Korea, a pioneering country for hydrogen mobility.
Capenergies took part in this mission, during which it was able to meet a dozen companies eager to cooperate with French and European partners on such key subjects as hydrogen storage, distribution and safety.
In addition, a significant memorandum of understanding has been signed between the partners of the H2Global project and 4 Korean Technoparks: Gyeonggi Daejin TechnoPark, Gyeonggi TechnoPark, Seoul TechnoPark and Incheon TechnoPark. Aim: to share information and opportunities for the benefit of European and Korean member businesses of the partners, including Capenergies.
Because the international growth of European green hydrogen businesses is central to the objectives of the European H2Global project, a previous business mission had been organised in Chile and a final one is scheduled in Brazil by the end of the year.
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Directeur Europe/International – Capenergies
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