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Norway outlines hydrogen plans

Government will seek to establish five hydrogen hubs in coastal regions by 2025

The Norwegian government has published an electrification strategy and a roadmap for hydrogen production, featuring specific ambitions for maritime hubs and industrial production. The government will seek to establish five hydrogen hubs in coastal regions by 2025, with the initial goal that hydrogen will be established as an alternative fuel for the shipping industry and for some parts of the road transport sector. It will also establish one or two industrial projects with associated hydrogen production facilities, as well as 5-10 pilot projects for the development and demonstration of new hydrogen technologies such as green hydrogen. 2025 – Deadline for establishment of five hy



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