Ørsted gives green light for green hydrogen pilot project

James Murray
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Offshore wind giant confirms final investment decision for trailblazing H2RES project, as it looks to deliver first green hydrogen in late 2021

Ambitious plans to harness offshore wind power to produce green hydrogen took a major step forward today, as leading renewables developer Ørsted confirmed a final investment decision to proceed with its...

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