Plans have been unveiled for what is believed to be Italy’s first national centre of excellence for hydrogen technologies.
Italian gas group Snam today (28 May) unveiled the plans as part of an effort to bring together industrial partners and university research centres to accelerate the development of hydrogen.
For the first site of the centre, which will be opened in Modena, Italy, Snam has joined forces with UNIMORE (University of Medena and Reggio Emilia).
Other hubs in the country will soon follow, including one with the Polytechnic University of Milan; by the end of 2021. An overseas hub will also be established, in collaboration with a prestigious university in the US.
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