Norway awards $112 mln to build hydrogen maritime hub as part of green growth push

Published 16:52 on June 23, 2022  /  Last updated at 18:20 on June 23, 2022  /  EMEA, International, Shipping  /  No Comments

The Norwegian government has upped plans to create a hydrogen maritime hub along Norway’s eastern seaboard, awarding grants of 1.12 bln NOK ($112 mln) to 12 initiatives, it announced Thursday as part of a 60 bln NOK economy-wide roadmap for green industrial growth.

The Norwegian government has upped plans to create a hydrogen maritime hub along Norway’s eastern seaboard, awarding grants of 1.12 bln NOK ($112 mln) to 12 initiatives, it announced Thursday as part of a 60 bln NOK economy-wide roadmap for green industrial growth.

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