The H2GLOBAL delegation (Greentech-Italy, Cluster of Hydrogen Technologies-Poland, Capenergies-France, and EnergyIN-Portugal) together with two EU companies (Resho+ from Italy and Rockfin from Poland) participated in the South Korean mission organized by Greentech Cluster and the Cluster of Hydrogen Technologies.
The mission was framed within H2 MEET Korea (13th to 15th September) at KINTEX venue in Goyang, Seul. The World’s Only and Largest Hydrogen Exhibition-Conference in Korea where leading companies in the domestic and foreign Hydrogen Industry can gather again to meet with potential partners and learn more about the Korean hydrogen market.
During this mission, H2GLOBAL members signed a total of 6 cooperation agreements. An amazing highlight was the participation in the signing ceremony of MoUs with DeltaTech-Korea Ltd and 4 Korean TechnoParks: Geyongggi Daejin TechnoPark, Gyeonggi TecnoPark, Seoul TecnoPark and Incheon TecnoPark. Moreover, a MoU with H2Korea has been established during this business mission to South Korea.
Moreover, our H2GLOBAL delegation explored during the H2 MEET venue the possibilities of investment and cooperation with Korean companies in the field of hydrogen technologies. Moreover, Tiziana Campisi (Greentech´s Project Manager) spoke as a panelist during the H2 MEET “Clean Hydrogen Poly Forum” organized by H2Korea and GHHIA (Global Hydrogen Industrial Association Alliance).
On the other hand, our Portuguese partner ENERGYIN was invited by the Portuguese ambassador in Seoul to learn about business opportunities between Portugal and Korea. During this cooperational journey Jose Paulo, President of ENERGYIN, continued its strategic tour in the Fuel Cell Demonstration Center, located in the TechnoPark (Ulsan, South Korea). There, ENERGYIN exchanged lessons learned with Approtium, the largest hydrogen production in Korea.
We are excited for this international collaboration, and we look forward to positive impacts this internationalization will bring for the future of green hydrogen technologies in Europe and South Korea.