International Centre for Hydrogen Energy Technologies

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The International Centre for Hydrogen Energy Technologies (ICHET) was a project of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). Its role was to support, demonstrate and promote viable implementations of hydrogen energy technologies with the aims of enhancing future economic development, particularly in emerging countries. Founded through a Trust Fund Agreement signed between UNIDO and the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources in 2003 in Vienna, ICHET started operation in 2004 and closed down in December 2012.[1]

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  1. ^ Europe and NIS Programme in Action 2009, p.11-13. UNIDO, Vienna, 2009.

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