Swedish power company Vattenfall has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance.
The European Clean Hydrogen Alliance was unveiled by the European Commission in July and now boasts more than 250 members.
“As a fully integrated European utility, Vattenfall is investing in the growth of renewable energy sources, in particular offshore wind, in various European markets,” said Gunnar Groebler, Senior Vice-President Business Area Wind and Vattenfall’s representative in the Alliance.
“With wind energy as a crucial source for renewable hydrogen projects we are aiming to further implement hydrogen technology in collaboration with industrial partners in various sectors to thereby help achieve climate neutrality in Europe.”
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