European electric utility company E.ON has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance.
Launched at the beginning of July, the alliance is formed of approximately 200 companies and organisations who are committed to expanding and implementing hydrogen technologies by 2030.
In order to achieve its goals, the alliance brings together politics, industry and society to provide the EU Commission with its expertise to advise on the implementing of its hydrogen strategy.
E.ON was quick to explore the potential use of hydrogen in its operations and is committed to ensuring the development of a hydrogen economy gets off to a swift start.
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