Vattenfall pursues large-scale green hydrogen production

Swedish utility Vattenfall and fuel company Preem have started to explore possibilities for setting up domestic, large-scale green hydrogen production.

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Future hydrogen demand is expected to be big.

That's why Vattenfall alongside petroleum and biofuel refiner Preem have begun to explore options for establishing production of large-scale fossil-free H2 via electrolysis.

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