Germany unveils €9 bln hydrogen plan to cut industry emissions as firms launch steel pilot

Published 18:10 on June 10, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:54 on July 12, 2021  /  Africa, EMEA, EU ETS, Shipping  /  No Comments

Germany on Wednesday unveiled a €9 billion strategy to expand clean hydrogen capacity at home and abroad to help cut emissions from transport and EU ETS-covered heavy industry, while major companies set out a related plan to use the fuel to decarbonise steel.

Germany on Wednesday unveiled a €9 billion strategy to expand clean hydrogen capacity at home and abroad to help cut emissions from transport and EU ETS-covered heavy industry, while major companies set out a related plan to use the fuel to decarbonise steel.

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