Itochu supports a hydrogen-fuelled future with Clean H2 Infra Fund investment

Japan’s Itochu Corporation has invested in the Clean H2 Infra Fund as it looks to slash greenhouse gas emissions through innovative hydrogen technologies.

Launched in October (2021), the fund is managed by general partner Hy24, an equally owned joint venture Ardian and FiveT Hydrogen, and hopes to raise €1.5bn to support both project developments and players in the hydrogen market.

Projects included within the fund include upstream ventures, such as green hydrogen production facilities, to downstream projects that will focus on captive fleets and refuelling stations.

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