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EU countries face off over hydrogen

Wednesday 2 Dec 20 11:00am

German Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Hubertus Heil looks at a panel of fuel cells at the hydrogen power plant of APEX Energy company, in Laage, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany,

 

EUROPEAN Union member states are fighting over which type of hydrogen to support, with two opposing camps facing off: those backing green hydrogen produced exclusively from renewable electricity, and those in favour of a broader “low-carbon” definition, which also includes nuclear power and decarbonised gases.

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