European-based transmission system operators (TSO) Enagás, Snam and GRTgaz have signed an agreement that will see the companies launch joint initiatives to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen.
With these companies partnering to develop hydrogen initiatives, Europe could hugely benefit from the agreement with hydrogen set to be introduced in a variety of ways and transported through the TSOs.
The TSOs have indicated the significant importance that hydrogen could play in decarbonising Europe’s many hard-to-abate sectors and have taken it upon themselves to support the adoption of the technology to ensure that it is a readily available.
As a first joint initiative, Enagás, Snam and GRTgaz will each invest €33m ($37m) in the clean hydrogen infrastructure fund (Clean H2 Infra Fund) as ‘anchor investors’, which will involve a joint investment of approximately €100m ($113m).
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