€19.5m awarded to Hera and Snam’s Italian hydrogen hub

Hera and Snam have been awarded €19.5m ($21.3m) by the Regional Council of Emilia Romagna to develop a green hydrogen production hub in the Italian municipality of Modena.

Awarded through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP), the funding will aid the development of a 6MW solar farm, connected to an electrolyser to produce up to 400 tonnes to hydrogen per year.

Dubbed IdrogeMo, the project is set to be built on an exhausted landfill site in via Caruso in Modena, the total project is expected to amount to €20.8m ($22.68m).

Hydrogen produced from the project is planned to serve local public transport companies with fuel vehicles, as well as industrial sectors for decarbonisation.

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