The development of Italy’s first hydrogen valley, to be located just outside of Rome, has been kickstarted with a €14m investment.
Conceived by ENEA, the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, the project will develop a national supply chain for production, transport, storage and use of hydrogen, focusing on research, technologies, infrastructures and innovative services.
Universities, research institutes, associations and companies will all play a part in the project to help it reach its full potential and boost the energy transition and decarbonisation across the country.
Construction will take place at the ENEA Casaccia Research Centre, on the outskirt of Rome, which will be the new home to an ensemble of hi-tech infrastructures for research and experimentation in the hydrogen supply chain.
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