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These initiatives collectively aim to achieve a generation capacity of over 652 megawatts. The substantial investment, sourced from European post-pandemic recovery funds, is projected to catalyze further investments totaling more than 6 billion euros over the projects’ lifetimes, with an immediate activation of 1.141 billion euros.

green hydrogen

North Rhine-Westphalia’s Economics Minister Mona Neubaur recently voiced strong criticism of Federal Economics Minister Robert Habeck’s new power plant strategy, particularly its approach to hydrogen-capable power plants.

France and Morocco's Alliance for Decarbonized Hydrogen

The recent tripartite agreement among the Institute for Research in Solar Energy and New Energies (IRESEN), SATT Paris-Saclay, and the French Development Agency (AFD) marks a significant milestone in advancing decarbonized hydrogen technologies.


Hamburg-Moorburg’s former coal-fired power plant is on track to become a key site for green hydrogen production. However, the project, initially set to start operations in 2025, now faces delays, with production pushed to 2027.