India & Denmark Unite to Power Up with Green Fuels

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Denmark and India are teaming up through the Green Fuels Alliance India (GFAI) to boost sustainable energy solutions.

The initiative, led by the Danish Embassy and Consulate General in India, aims to foster collaboration in the Green Fuels sector, focusing on innovations like Green Hydrogen.

GFAI's main goal is to encourage sustainable energy growth in India by creating a space for businesses, government entities, research institutions, and financial stakeholders from both countries to collaborate.

Nine Danish organisations, including Maersk, Topsoe, and others, have already committed to GFAI, while the advisory board includes India Hydrogen Alliance and others.

This initiative aligns with India's plan for carbon neutrality by 2070 and Denmark's commitment to net neutrality by 2050. GFAI is a result of the Green Strategic Partnership signed in 2020 between India and Denmark, focusing on ambitious climate targets.

Ambassador Freddy Svane sees the potential global impact of such collaboration in the green transition. GFAI features a member-driven business alliance with a steering committee and an advisory board ensuring innovative and trend-aligned initiatives.

Inspired by joint efforts like the India-Denmark Energy Partnership, GFAI addresses the challenge of ensuring sufficient green energy and fuel at competitive prices. Morten Bo Christiansen from Maersk expresses excitement about joining GFAI, drawing on over a century of business relations with India.

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Source: A.P. Moller – Maersk


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