Malpensa airport to become the first Italian airport to integrate green hydrogen generation

A new venture led by Snam, SEA, RINA, and 54 other Italian and European partners will introduce green hydrogen into the everyday operations of Italy’s Malpensa airport.

With the project worth €34m ($39m) in total, the Olga project will install an electrolyser and related hydrogen storage and distribution systems to ensure the supply of green hydrogen around the Milan airport.

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