French hydrogen producer Lhyfe has been selected preferred bidder for the Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port project to develop an industrial green hydrogen production and distribution facility in Montoir-de-Bretagne
Marguerite has concluded its exit from Latvijas Gāze with the sale of a 28.97% stake in natural gas trading and supply company to SIA Energy Investments, completing the divestment plan for the asset that began in 2020
South Korea’s sovereign wealth fund and several businesses are set to invest £21 billion in UK green energy and infrastructure projects, as part of a renegotiated trade agreement between the 2 countries
The European Commission has launched its first auction under the European Hydrogen Bank, with €800 million of emissions trading revenues available to renewable hydrogen producers through the Innovation Fund
The OPEC Fund for International Development has agreed a €25 million loan with the Bosnia and Herzegovina government to develop part of the Corridor Vc Motorway and link the country with the Trans-European Transport Network
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