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Interest group eyes expanding German hydrogen market

Not long after launching its national hydrogen strategy, Germany is beginning to strike deals with nations around the globe. Danish hydrogen association eyes its neighboring market hungrily, saying exports could fill state coffers more than oil ever did.

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