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16 Nov

Germany outlines plan for €20 billion hydrogen network

The German government has released a plan for developing a 9,700-kilometre core hydrogen network across the country, connecting industrial centres, storage facilities, power plants and import corridors.  The network is expected to cost €19.8 billion ($21.5 billion), German economy minister Robert Habeck said this week during a press conference alongside FNB Gas’ chairman Thomas Goessmann. The plan will function as a framework for building the …
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