Several European hydrogen projects have received part of €72m ($87m) in funding by the European Commission today (28th April).
Over €72m ($87m) has been distributed to 12 different projects aiming to make the transportation sector more environmentally friendly by facilitating the use of alternative fuels in addition to improving safety and sustainability of European rail transport.
Part of this fund was allocated to two fixed and one mobile hydrogen refuelling station in Poland.
As well as this, eight hydrogen refuelling stations, one hydrogen production electrolyser and 58 hydrogen buses in France also received part of the fund for its contribution in decarbonising the European transportation sector.
The projects were all selected for funding via a competitive call for proposals launched on the 15th of November 2019 in all EU member states, with multiple cut-off dates.
These are the results of the fourth cut-off of the call. The three previous cut-offs allocated a total of close to €193m ($233m) to 25 projects.
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