Nedstack is part of PIB Australia to stimulate the Dutch and Australian Hydrogen sector.

Yesterday the Dutch and Australian Ministers of Climate and Energy, Rob Jetten and Chris Bowen signed a MoU for long term cooperation on hydrogen at Futureland in Rotterdam.

he PIB program is a three year cooperation between the Dutch government and a cluster of Dutch Companies under the name ‘’Hydrogen Australia’’. The objective of the PIB is to position the Dutch Hydrogen sector by promoting Dutch hydrogen technology, to collaborate with local stakeholders, to stimulate knowledge exchange and to strengthening government-to-government relations.


Nedstack is proud to be a part of the PIB Australia and recognizes this MoU as an important step for both countries. We look forward to this cooperation to reduce emissions.


Read more about the MoU here:…