Inside Normandy’s hydrogen potential

Normandy, France has been identified as a region full of potential for hydrogen investment with particular interest from the Nordic countries due to its location and established industrial assets.

The region is crucial for the successful integration of hydrogen to the wider European markets with the region located between London and Paris, with direct access to the 650km long most-used maritime route: the English Channel.

The region has the potential for large hydrogen imports and exports with two major seaports in Le Havre and Rouen, and an additional three regional ports – Dieppe, Caen Ouistreham and Cherbourg – which all see a large flow of goods on a day-to-day basis.

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