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There has, quite rightly, been much talk about hydrogen this week with the launch of the European Hydrogen strategy uploaded for the community as an energycentral resource here;

 

 

Harmonising with it, but to an extent ignored, is an 'Energy Integration Strategy' which stresses a push for further electrification with implications for evs, battery technology and of course more renewables and designating hydrogen for the 'hard to reach' areas - of which there are plenty. 

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