Commission approves €6.9bn of state aid for European hydrogen infrastructure projects

The European Commission has approved up to €6.9bn ($7.4bn) of state aid funding for hydrogen infrastructure projects across seven member states.

Coming as part of the third Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI), France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Slovakia, will provide up to €6.9bn in public funding to 33 projects.

Dubbed Hy2Infra, the project will support 32 companies with activities in multiple member states covering:

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