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Natixis looks to hydrogen

French investment bank has developed a hydrogen strategy based on equity and debt investment opportunities

French investment bank Natixis decided last year to strengthen its expertise in hydrogen in order to better support customers and to seek out investments that could help the sector grow. As part of its strategy, Natixis joined the Hydrogen Council with a view to improving its knowledge-sharing and collaboration. Hydrogen Economist spoke to Natixis head of hydrogen Antoine Trieux and Ivan Pavlovic, senior energy research specialist, about how the next few years might look for the sector. Tell us broadly about how Natixis is looking to contribute to the development of the hydrogen sector? Trieux: We have a strategy in hydrogen based on three main pillars. First, we have a working group of 1



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