Norway presents penniless hydrogen plan

Oslo presented its long-awaited hydrogen strategy today but was promptly criticized for lacking fresh capital for a new green industry.

Norway sees big potential for hydrogen, for instance, in the transportation sector. | Photo: Peter Hove Olesen/Politiken/Ritzau Scanpix

Sometimes it's important to be cautious about setting up a grandiose stage for upcoming projects, as doing so might entail some disappointment.

Norwegian Minister for Petroleum and Energy Tina Bru (Conservative Party) and Minister for Climate and the Environment Sveinung Rotevatn (Liberal Party) were obliged to acknowledge as much today.

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