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Hydrogen valleys see investment rise

Projects are becoming larger and more complex, with a greater focus on industry rather than mobility

Hydrogen valleys will become more complex in the second half of this decade as levels of investment start to increase, according to a study by the EU’s Mission Innovation Hydrogen Valley Platform. The study surveyed 36 hydrogen valleys—sometimes known as clusters—to find out how propositions were changing following the development of national and international hydrogen strategies. Valleys aim to geographically link demand and supply for hydrogen by placing production close to end-sector uses. "Valleys are starting to be commercially driven, already in some cases without any public funding support" Mission Innovation Hydrogen Valley Platform The report identifies three key tre

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