Clean hydrogen can fuel cars, power trucks and ships and be a key raw material for refineries, chemical plants and steel mills —sectors where it is proving difficult to meaningfully reduce CO2 emissions. These sectors tend to cluster at major industrial ports, offering an opportunity to build combined infrastructure. A green hydrogen project at France’s Port of Dunkirk called C2Fuel aims to do just that. The project, which involves startups and large corporates such as French energy company ENGIE and Germany’s Volkswagen, is part of Europe’s efforts to decarbonize its economies and serves as an example of how large corporates and innovative small companies can collaborate to help solve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
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