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AFC Energy-led consortium gets UK govt funding The UK Department for Transport and Innovate UK are the funders of the…


Italian government has given its approval to allocate funds for a feasibility study on the ambitious “Green Corridor” project. Spearheaded by Italian Deputy Debora Serracchiani of the Democratic Party, this initiative aims to streamline the transportation of green hydrogen from Morocco to the strategic port of Trieste.

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Italy is taking bold steps to drive its transition towards renewable energy and reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, marking a significant move in the fight against global warming. The Ministry of the Environment and Energy Security recently issued a call for investments in green hydrogen, a clean energy source that holds the promise of a greener, more sustainable future.

Enel's Hesitation: The Future of Italy's Hydrogen Valleys Hangs in the Balance

Italy’s ambitious “Hydrogen Valleys” project, aimed at transforming the decommissioned Vallegrande coal power plant into a hydrogen hub, stands at a pivotal juncture. Enel Produzione, the energy giant leading the initiative, is yet to formally accept a substantial 13.72 million euro loan offered by the Liguria Region for the project. This hesitance by Enel has raised concerns about the future of the hydrogen venture.

Green Hydrogen H2 News

Italy has initiated discussions with German authorities regarding a potential supply agreement for natural gas and hydrogen to Bavaria, one of Germany’s key states. This collaboration signifies a significant stride in the Meloni government’s vision to transform Italy into a “gas hub,” positioning the country as a pivotal point for receiving and redistributing fuel between the Mediterranean and Northern Europe.

Green Hydrogen H2 News

In a groundbreaking endeavor supported by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership, the Northern Adriatic Hydrogen Valley (NAHV) project has set its sights on becoming Europe’s leading hub for green hydrogen production and innovation. This ambitious initiative, spanning 72 months, unites three partner countries—Croatia, Italy, and Slovenia—in a concerted effort to create a competitive market for green hydrogen.