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Quad members agree to promote hydrogen, ammonia fuel tech

Ukraine war underscores importance of clean energy security

Kawasaki Heavy's Suiso Frontier delivered the world's first cargo of liquefied hydrogen from Australia to Japan earlier this year. (Photo by Atsushi Ooka)

TOKYO -- The Quad nations of Japan, the U.S., Australia and India agreed on Wednesday to promote technological development for clean-burning hydrogen and ammonia as fuels at the security grouping's first energy meeting.

Energy ministers from the four countries gathered in Sydney, affirming the importance of enhancing the clean energy supply chain and ensuring energy security. The U.S. and Australia are moving forward with large-scale hydrogen production projects with the goal of shipping hydrogen to India and Japan.

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