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Green hydrogen can re-energize Indo-Pacific relations

Close cooperation between regional governments will be an essential enabler

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The liquefied hydrogen carrier, which will be used as part of a hydrogen supply chain pilot project between Australia and Japan, is docked at Kobe Works yard in Kobe, western Japan, on July 15. (Photo by Hideyuki Miura)

James Bowen is a policy fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre. He is currently working on the intersection of hydrogen sector development and regional cooperation.

Deploying hydrogen is a key element in many of the national decarbonization pathways now being discussed at the 26th U.N. Climate Change Conference of the Parties, known as COP26, in Glasgow.

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