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Why Indonesia and Japan must collaborate on hydrogen

Working together would help both countries meet renewable energy targets

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A hydrogen fueling station in Tokyo: it will need more international collaboration to develop a hydrogen energy ecosystem.   © AP

Raditya Margenta is a researcher at the Purnomo Yusgiantoro Center, a Jakarta think tank. Filda C. Yusgiantoro is chairperson of the Purnomo Yusgiantoro Center.

Hydrogen is currently in the spotlight as one of the more promising renewable energy sources.

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