KEME Energy to invest €5.2m for a hydrogen production facility in Portugal

Portugal is set to receive a boost to its hydrogen sector with KEME Energy ready to invest €5.2m ($5.93m) in order to produce the clean energy carrier in Sines.

This is according to news agency Lusa, who reported that a green hydrogen production plant via photo electrolysis will be created in the Sine Industrial and Logistics Zone in order to bolster the Portuguese hydrogen economy.

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