Croatia, Italy And Slovenia Announce Cooperation To Produce Hydrogen

According to Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković, Croatia intends to manufacture up to 5,000 tonnes of hydrogen annually, along with Italy and Slovenia.

On Tuesday, the prime minister of Croatia visited Egypt for the COP27 UN Climate Change Conference.

« Hydrogen is becoming a more significant factor in the growth of a low-carbon economy for the purpose of lowering CO2 emissions. As a result, we approved the Hydrogen Strategy through 2050 and collaborated with Slovenia and Italy on the Northern Adriatic Hydrogen Valley Project, which will allow us to produce up to 5,000 tons of hydrogen annually, » Plenković noted at the meeting.


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