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Martinique goes bananas for hydrogen with new blueprint project

Martinique goes bananas for hydrogen with new blueprint project

When people think of Martinique, most think of the warm weather and the tropical sandy beaches; the Caribbean Island is now, however, going bananas for hydrogen.

With bananas the largest export product on the island, it is almost fitting those bananas present a new opportunity to boost the island’s economy through the production of hydrogen.

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In Martinique, one of the largest waste streams on the island is plastic bags that are commonly used to protect the bananas.

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