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Hydrogen and nuclear discussions between France and Germany



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Matt Chester on Sep 14, 2020

Really fascinating to watch the hydrogen 'arms race' continue-- almost feels like a lot of it is looking at the current world stage of nuclear and feeling like they missed out, so trying to corner the market on H2 early on

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Christopher Neely on Sep 15, 2020

I don't think there is any question that Europe is the continent winning the hydrogen race, however, the competition between countries has been interesting. The UK has also made some strides in hydrogen power and banking on it to help decarbonize their transportation systems. Europe will be fascinating to watch through the 20s. 

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Charley Rattan on Sep 15, 2020

Yes, lots of jockeying for position going on. Not just Europe, Australia also getting projects away.

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