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Green Hydrogen Pipeline to be Constructed by Norway and Germany

Here’s an article posted in Hydrogen Insight.

According to the article,

  • Norway and Germany have announced a groundbreaking plan to construct a hydrogen pipeline between the two countries by 2030.
  • The project aims to foster the development of the hydrogen market in Germany and the EU, addressing significant challenges in building value chains and a functional European hydrogen market.
  • This initiative reflects a joint commitment to accelerate the establishment of a robust framework for the European hydrogen market, benefiting both producers and recipients.

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