Five Greek hydrogen projects get the green light

Five ground-breaking hydrogen projects have been unveiled for Greece.

The projects, dubbed Blue Med, Green HIPo, White Dragon, H2CAT Tanks, H2CEM, on Monday (September 6) were all approved by the Ministers of Development, Investment, Environment and Energy.

Development of the projects sets the scene for a hydrogen economy in Greece and helps to meet various decarbonisation goals that have already been set out for Europe.

The first project that has been approved, Blue Med, will see the production of blue hydrogen for industry and transportation applications. It is hoped the development will be producing the hydrogen by 2025.

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