Absolutely, this is something we are starting to look into. It's very early days.
I think the ecosystem is still at its beginning. What I mean by ecosystem is the production of the hydrogen, which is necessary as a fuel. However, we have seen in the past year or 18 months a lot of inquiries coming from India. We are starting discussions with large industrial groups in India, which are considering hydrogen fuel cells as a path to decarbonization.
We need to understand the market requirements better. We need to understand how our technology can be applied in India and we need to get the best partners, which will enable us to access the market and also to scale up. I think it's very important. If we want to serve the Indian market, we need to find a local industrial partner that will help us bring our technology to market.
For that, we'll probably be using the network of the trade commissioners to help us vet and provide some guidelines about some of the companies that are approaching us, but also maybe to find local resources because, at some stage, we'll have to invest in having our own Ballard people there to be able to assess opportunities and engage our partners. This is where the service of the trade commissioners can help us.