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EU finances nascent hydrogen technologies

Four projects demonstrating new technologies receive financing from EU innovation fund

Four hydrogen projects have been awarded funding from the EU’s innovation fund, which aims to support projects that develop new low-carbon technologies in energy intensive industries and the energy sector. A hydrogen-from-waste project and photo-electrocatalytic hydrogen production project in Spain, a 5MW green hydrogen production plant in Poland, and a green hydrogen mobility project in Italy all received funding. “The increase of the Innovation Fund proposed in the Fit for 55 Package will enable the EU to support even more projects in the future, speed them up, and bring them to the market as quickly as possible,” says European Commission executive vice president Franz Timmermans.



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