JBIC invests $108m in Hy24 to support the ‘world’s largest’ clean hydrogen infrastructure investment fund

The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) has today (March 7) revealed plans to invest up to €100m ($108m) into a clean hydrogen infrastructure fund that will support the growing hydrogen community.

The fund, currently managed by Hy24, aims to support clean hydrogen-related projects around the world with financial aid and additional support to ensure these projects are established as quickly and efficiently as possible.

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