The Strategist

Canada signs to export hydrogen to Germany

08/24/2022 - 10:12

By 2025, Canada and Germany intend to form an alliance for the export of hydrogen fuel to the FRG.

NASA/Cory Huston
NASA/Cory Huston
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau both witnessed signing of the agreement.

The host of the ceremony declared, "The governments of Canada and the Federal Republic of Germany have signed a joint declaration of intent for a Canada-Germany hydrogen alliance."

Trudeau asserted, "We (Canada) can be a dependable source of the renewable energy the world needs".

For his part, Scholz stated that the energy supply in the future will be dominated by hydrogen fuel, particularly in industries like cargo transportation, aviation, and transportation.