New university-company venture to develop extensive Italian hydrogen value chain

A new university-company joint venture is expected to study and develop an energy vector that will support the progression of a hydrogen economy across Italy.

Unveiled today (Nov 30) and dubbed the Hydrogen Joint Research Platform (Hydrogen JRP), Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, together with Politecnico di Milano and three founding companies, Edison, Eni, and Snam, the venture will hope to create an Italian hydrogen value chain.

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