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“India might be exporting energy in couple of years…”, says German envoy Ackermann

The German Ambassador to India, Philipp Ackermann, expressed his appreciation for the discussions between New Delhi and Berlin regarding the Green and Sustainable Development Partnership (GSDP) on Friday.

He said that Germany has set up a working group with India on green hydrogen while adding that India might be exporting energy to the rest of the world in the coming years.
Taking to social media platform X, Ackermann said, “What better place to talk about the Green and Sustainable Development Partnership than the beautiful @sundernursery in Delhi! Happy to have @MEAIndia on board and present Indo-German innovations in Africa and Latin America! Triangular cooperation combines India and Germany skills and strengths.”

In an interview with ANI, Ackermann elaborated on the GSDP, emphasizing its focus on emission-free energy provision. He predicted that India could become a significant provider of green hydrogen globally in the coming years, enhancing energy provision.

Ackermann also noted the collaboration between Germany and India in setting up a working group on green hydrogen, with Germany poised to benefit from potential exports from India.

Regarding labor mobility, Ackermann highlighted Germany’s need for skilled workers and its appeal to Indian students. He anticipated an increase in the number of Indians going to Germany in the coming months, emphasizing the successes of the mobility partnership and agreement between the two countries. He emphasized Germany’s liberal and open-minded legal framework, expressing optimism about future collaborations between India and Germany in this regard.

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