November 29

HDF Energy and US International Development Finance Corporation Announce Technical Assistance to Develop Green Hydrogen Power Plants in Indonesia

G20, Indonesia: HDF Energy and DFC (US International Development Finance Corporation) announce technical assistance to develop Renewstable® green hydrogen power plants in Indonesia.

PT HDF Energy Indonesia, Hydrogène de France SA (“HDF Energy”) group – Euronext Paris: HDF, global pioneer in hydrogen power plants and high-power fuel cell manufacturer, has formalized a cooperation with DFC (US International Development Finance Corporation) to support the development of Renewstable® multi-megawatt power plants in Indonesia.

Announced on the sidelines of the G20 summit, this cooperation is part of a strategic partnership, including 13 initiatives, between the United States and Indonesia to tackle the climate crisis and promote access to affordable food and energy. It was announced by the US President Joe Biden after holding a meeting with Indonesian President Joko Widodo on November 14, 2022 at the G20 summit.

Photo courtesy of Aditya Prabaswara.

Source: Hydrogen Central (link opens in a new window)

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