ITM Power designs and manufactures hydrogen energy systems for energy storage and clean fuel. It has a system that converts surplus renewable electricity into hydrogen through the electrolysis of water.
The global collaboration agreement will see the two organisations seek sites for hydrogen technology developments.
"ITM Power are pleased to announce this agreement with Arup, which is an excellent opportunity to identify new sites for hydrogen refuelling stations and other energy related projects," said ITM Power CEO Dr Graham Cooley.
Arup and ITM Power will work with organisations in the transport and utilities sectors to meet their lower carbon needs through new hydrogen storage solutions. The partnership will also look to work with cities that are looking into new ways of reducing their carbon footprint and becoming more efficient in their energy supply and demand.
"Arup is delighted to be working with ITM Power to identify deployment opportunities for this exciting and innovative world class technology," said Arup global energy systems leader Alan Thomson.